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Ingredients

How to make it

  • This first part needs to be done the night before you want to make these:
  • Mix yeast with warm water and set aside
  • In a large glass or plastic bowl mix milk, salt, and sugar
  • Add yeast mixture and flour to milk mixture and mix well (you can do this by hand with a wisk or with a hand mixer on low speed)
  • Mix in egg yolks and oil
  • Cover with plastic wrap and place in fridge overnight
  • Do this in the morning:
  • Beat egg whites to almost stiff peak stage
  • Fold egg whites into refrigerated batter
  • Over medium heat, fill each cup in buttered ableskiver pan to just below full
  • Turn 1/4 of the way over with fondue fork, bamboo kabob stick, toothpick or whatever works for you (it takes some practice to know when these are ready to turn, in my experience they are ready to turn when the edges just start to separate from the sides of the pan)
  • Turn again the rest of the way over so that all sides are browned
  • Roll in sugar and enjoy
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    " It was excellent "
    zoya ate it and said...
    The æbleskiver looks good , but in Denmark we would never have them for breakfast. Æbleskiver are eaten around x-mas, usually with coffe and/or gløgg - a warm drink made of red wine, sugar, spices and a dash of snaps.
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    " It was excellent "
    vikirose13 ate it and said...
    Hi! We had these this morning! Really good. Had to break in the pan and get used to the turning technique.
    Viktoria
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    " It was excellent "
    lauriegugg ate it and said...
    This recipe is WAY better than any abelskivers made with baking soda. Try them both ways and you will never make them any other way again. Easily doubled for larger groups. Yummy! Thanks for sharing a great recipe.
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    " It was excellent "
    shirleyoma ate it and said...
    Oh now this sounds good! I don't know where my abelskiver pan is packed! have to look for it! got my 5
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    " It was excellent "
    jett2whit ate it and said...
    This sound intesting. I had to look up aebleskiver to know what they were. Looks good!
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  • krumkake 9 years ago
    My mother and grandmother always filled their's with applesauce...delicious! I haven't pulled my abelskiver pan out of the cupboard in years (it's so darn heavy!), but you've prompted me to rethink that...they are wonderful little bites of heaven, and you've made me very hungry for them again...thanks for sharing your recipe!
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  • magali777 9 years ago
    mmm.sounds good!
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