Kye Ameden, post author

March 18, 2019 at 9:37am

In reply to by Diane (not verified)

We're glad you asked, Diane. While such a giant spatula exists (it's also great for moving cake layers), I didn't find it necessary to use this behemoth to flip the flapjacks. (They should be flipped once you start to see lots of pinhole-sized bubbles appear on one side.) I used a very thin, wide spatula (sometimes called a "fish spatula,") and with a swift motion, it worked just fine. The key is to be sure to let the pancakes cook long enough before flipping. A very flimsy, delicate, mostly uncooked pancake will be a bear to flip. An almost-all-the-way cooked pancake will be a breeze if you have some confidence. And I know you can do this - with or without the giant spatula! Kye@KAF
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