That's right...Thanksgiving leftovers. My Dad just came for a visit and we celebrated Thansgiving with him a little early. As a result, I already have leftovers. The morning after, my Dad headed for the kitchen to cook himself up some breakfast. Since he is the one that inspired my own cooking, I hurried after him. To my horror and surprise, he told me he was going to make a stuffing pancake. The shock and awe didn't last too long...I trust my Dad's judgement when it comes to pancakes. When I was growing up my Dad created something called a noodle pancake (recipe to come around Christmas). He combined eggs and ramen noodles and put spaghetti sauce on them. I know it sounds like a pure oddity...rest assured it ROCKS. We have it EVERY year at my house on Christmas morning. I get sidetracked...BACK to Stuffing Pancakes.
1 1/2 cups of leftover stuffing...my Dad made stuffing with cranberries, sausage and onions...YUM!
Mix leftover stuffing and egg together. Heat a greased frying pan on medium heat and cook evenly on both sides about 2-3 minutes on both sides. You want to make sure the egg is cooked through.
Serve with left over gravy and cranberry relish.
My Dad scores again. Very tasty pancakes...it makes me wish I had stuffing around more often.