(In an effort to eat a little less meat, I've set a goal to try one new recipe per week using a grain I don't commonly cook with. See the original post here.)
I was a little tired of salad-type "alterna-grain" recipes, so for something different this week we tried blueberry buckwheat pancakes. The original plan was to make this recipe, but when I found a buckwheat pancake mix at the store, well, it won.
The buckwheat pancakes were a little coarser than plain pancakes--not quite as gritty as, say, cornbread--but I thought they had a ton more flavor. I could easily be happy eating them from now on. Especially with semi-homemade blueberry syrup.
(For more about buckwheat--which is actually not related to wheat at all--see here.)