Greetings my few readers (looking at you David McC and Tabitha).
So as there was a slight request for me to continue blogging, here is a bit of toe dip into that. This morning I felt the need to make Ebelskivers…do you know these delicious Danish pancakes?!?! I love them, but am likely the worst flipper in history. (Though I secretly suspect the only people ACTUALLY good at flipping them are cooks in Danish bed and breakfasts.)
Anyway Ebelskivers are a round pancake with lingonberry jam in the middle. Very YUMMY! You have to make them in a special pan mine looks like this:
Anywhoodle, I followed a recipe, which I will link to here, but here are the basic steps:
- Make a pancake like batter (including whipped egg whites folded in)
- Melt butter into each pan pocket
- Add some batter
- Add some jam
- Add some batter, let it cook
- Attempt and fail at ninja flipping the dough
- Readjust it so it looks somewhat presentable
- Let cook, then remove…
That’s it. The hardest part by far is flipping the dough, though patiently whipping the egg whites is somewhat difficult too…
Here is the recipe I followed…
If you try it, let me know how it works. If you’re local and want to borrow my pan, that works too.