How to make it

  • Preheat oven to 400 degrees and place an iron skillet or oven safe frying pan or 10 inch cake pan in the oven.
  • In a bowl beat the eggs until they are thick and frothy.
  • Fold in the milk, vanilla, salt, and flour. (if you like you could also add chocolate chips, cinnamon, dried fruits or nuts)
  • The batter will be thin but creamy looking. Once the Oven is heated, Drop the butter into the pan and spread it around with a fork.
  • Pour the batter into the Pan and close the oven.
  • Bake for 20-25 minutes. The pancake will puff up as it cooks and its done when it starts to brown a bit.
  • Take the dutch pancake out of the oven and cut into wedges and place on plates. Add toppings and eat.
The pancake puffs up as it bakes in the oven.   Close

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  • meskarune 6 years ago
    Grotesnor, Arduenn

    The "dutch pancakes" this recipe refers to are actually an american made dish invented in the 1900's in Seattle, WA. It's completely different from the pancake type dishes made in the Netherlands and other parts of Europe. Don't ask me why it was named "dutch pancake". It's like how we say "french fries" or "canadian bacon". :)

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  • Grotesnor 6 years ago
    As a Dutchman, this is not a Dutch pancake. It's actually a recipe for Clafoutis, a French dish. The recipe for the batter is similar to Dutch pancakes; less eggs (just one) and definitely no vanilla extract! Try pouring a little batter in a frying pan and baking on both side until golden brown. Now that's a Dutch pancake. Preferably with fried bacon and (maple)syrup!
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  • Arduenn 6 years ago
    Hi! I'm Dutch. I've never seen anything like this before.
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    " It was good "
    llegsp ate it and said...
    So quick and easy. Mine looked and tasted delicious. If you're expecting something a little sweeter, like a crepe, you might want to add 1/4 cup of sugar to the batter, or put fruit on top.
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    " It was excellent "
    pointsevenout ate it and said...
    Good flavor.
    A cranberry sauce on top in my pic.
    See also: Dutch Pancake
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  • xerxes 10 years ago
    sounds (and looks) super!
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  • meskarune 10 years ago
    The dutch pancakes I make don't really fall down so much...but that could be because they get eaten 5 min. after coming out of the oven...they never last longer than that before people eat them up. :D

    I think the key is using an iron skillet to cook them, and whisking up the eggs so they are thick and frothy.
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  • alchemywunderkid 10 years ago
    This looks great. Does it fall down once it's cooled a bit? My girlfriend and I just had an amazing Dutch pancake dish at Queen's Hideaway in Greenpoint, Brooklyn that did and I'm curious if this is in a similar style.

    Btw, if anyone is interested in a delicious savory topping combo... the pancake was topped with bacon, goat's milk cheese, thyme, and honey. It was phenomenal!
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    " It was excellent "
    rosemaryblue ate it and said...
    Love Dutch pancakes!
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