Traditional Dutch PannekoekenFrom farbissenah 6 years ago
How to make it
- Place the butter in your dutch baby pan (or whatever it is you have).
- Make sure your oven rack is in the center, not anywhere else. Then preheat your oven to 400°F. Take your dutch baby/skillet/baking dish with the butter and put it into the oven. Keep an eye on it, because when it reaches about 250°F, the butter should be melted and you need to remove it from the oven.
- You can do this while the butter is melting or afterwards, its up to you. But whisk the eggs and salt in a medium bowl, then add the milk. After that's mixed, whisk in the flour until its nearly smooth.
- Take your now finished batter and pour your soon-to-be pannekoeken into your dutch baby/skillet/baking dish. Now put it back in the oven.
- Bake for about 20 - 25 minutes (maybe longer if you used the baking dish or skillet). When the top starts to turn golden brown, it should be done. Its just me, but I do the fork test to make sure for thicker pannekoekens.
- Serve hot with your favorite syrup, fruit, or other pancake topping. Pannekoeken are traditionally sprinkled with a little powdered sugar on top, but that's up to you if you want it.
The Cookfarbissenah Minneapolis, MN
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This is a favorite at our house - sprinkled with powdered sugar and a few drops of lemon juice! Thanks for the post.valinkenmore in Malott loved it
OUR DINNER ON SUNDAY EVENINGS *****HIGH 5tinadc in Cape Town loved it
thanks for posting! i hope to try this great recipe soon! i'll let you know how it turns out (if i remember to let you know, since i'm a VERY, VERY forgetful person when it comes to things like this!) best regards.
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