I love pancakes on a weekend morning almost as much as I like eggs. What I don't love, though, is leftover pancake batter. I rarely want pancakes two days in a row, and don't have the patience or memory to freeze dough for another breakfast. Besides, fresh fluffy pancakes top frozen and thawed batter any day of the week. Especially if that day is a weekend morning and you're eating pancakes.
So what's a fella to do? Faced with this dilemma, I whipped up some delicious savory pancakes, or as my European ancestors call them, "Savoury Pancakes."
This is less of a recipe and more of a suggestion for a meal you might not have thought about, really. There's not much to making savory pancakes - simply chop up some delicious mixin's and stir them up in the batter. I sauteed some onions and mushrooms, chopped up a thick slice of ham, and threw in a little bit of mozzarella cheese. I bet these would be tasty with a feta/spinach combo or other omelet type fillings as well.
After mixing up the medicine, it's as simple as pouring the batter into the pan and letting it crisp up like a pancake. The mixed in ingredients will prevent the pancakes from getting too fluffy, and will make them a nice bread-y container for your tasty treats. Serve with ketchup, salsa, or steak sauce if you're so inclined.