Ebelskiver Pan

Ever heard of an Ebelskiver?  They are a danish pancake.  They can be savory or sweet, served as a snack, dessert, or breakfast.  It’s like a cross between a donut and a muffin.  They are cooked in a special cast iron pan, with deep holes.  A small amount of batter is it put in the hot pan, then a filling (think banana and brown sugar; chocolate fudge; apple, sugar, cinnamon; green chili cheese; or apricot and ginger), then topped with more batter.  They cook on one side, then are flipped to the other side to finish cooking.

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The exterior is crisp, while the interior bread is light and soft, with a gooey filling.

All it takes is a special pan, some eggs, flour, butter, and baking powder.

Sprinkle in some imagination (or the cookbook that comes with) and you’ve got a special, unique breakfast.

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