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.


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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