Smoosh them real good and add a couple of eggs.
Stir in the eggs, and add some buttermilk.
Most of the buttermilk is under the batter in this pic. I used about a cup, which is equivalent to a big splash.
Stir all that. Then find the iron skillet, remember that you forgot to wash it after pan frying the steaks, wash it out, add some olive oil, and let it warm on the burner.
While you have it out, splash some olive oil into the batter.
Give it a good stir, and then add some self-rising flour.
Stir until the batter looks like pancake batter.
If your eating alone, put two in the pan.
At some point, they need flipping.
Notice that two in the pan makes the flipping tough. If it's just you, that's OK because we know it's better to be good than to look good.
If you have company, presentation trumps taste. And speed. Cook one pancake at the time. To perfection. Take forever. That'll teach them to show up so early expecting breakfast.
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