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Old 03-01-2015, 11:34 PM   #15
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They do sound tasty. Yes, pancakes tend to be heavy despite the baking soda. Light and fluffy would be more desirable.

So, Norm, what kind of pan do you intend to get?

I was looking at them and I see cast iron, aluminum with nonstick coating, and one brand (Scanpan) is aluminum with ceramic coating.
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Old 03-02-2015, 10:15 AM   #16
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Mike,

I plan to buy the following pan. It's castIron.

http://www.amazon.com/Lodge-Pro-Logi...DateDescending

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Old 03-03-2015, 12:29 PM   #17
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My wife has the pan, it's round, aluminum, non stick. I think she got it at Williams Sonoma. We only have them Xmas morning when we make a huge Xmas breakfast for our kids and their significant others. She says it takes some practice to get them right. I can confirm the deliciousness, apple, raspberry and banana flavoured with home made maple syrup flavoured whipped cream for dipping.


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Old 03-03-2015, 02:41 PM   #18
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Ebelskivers sound a lot like beignets. I wish I were at the Café du Monde right now!
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Old 03-03-2015, 03:33 PM   #19
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Mike,

I plan to buy the following pan. It's castIron.

http://www.amazon.com/Lodge-Pro-Logi...DateDescending

I'll post results
I have that one. As you probably know, cast iron gives it that special taste and browning. I was SO glad when they started doing the pre-seasoning. I have found that the "farm" stores often carry this. They have several new and interesting shapes of pans that I keep talking myself out of, so far.
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Old 03-03-2015, 07:46 PM   #20
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I could almost smell them! Oh yum. Very similar recipe to the pancakes we had in England on Shrove Tuesday all my childhood. Guess I'll have to buy ANOTHER piece of kitchen gear.
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Old 03-04-2015, 09:00 AM   #21
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I made a batch this morning. I wanted to mention that in that video clip, the chef fills the cups full and this has never, ever worked for me. I do use a very fresh baking powder so mine rise pretty quick. When I fill the cup to the top, I get the same deal as if I were to fill a muffin cup full as it comes out and in this case since you must turn them, it is a mess. I use a paring knife to turn them and if one spot is sticking I try a different area and they usually come right up. Mine often have a hollow in the center and don't look like a beautiful ball but that hole is great filled with preserves and it is easier to tell if they are done in the center. Don't expect perfect results but despite how they look, they are always tasty! Also, I add spices like nutmeg, cinnamon and cardamon to the batter and you could also add things like lemon or orange peel.
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Old 03-08-2015, 08:15 PM   #22
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This coming Tuesday I'm getting an ebleskiver lesson. Recipe to follow/
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I made the chocolate ones this morning, whipping both the whites separately and the egg yolks and some other thing I can't remember. They were really good, light and the taste was so much better than chocolate donuts which I do not like. Thank goodness the weather warmed up so we can walk them off!
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Old 03-13-2015, 08:46 AM   #24
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Leftovers

We had our second ebelskiver breakfast and had about 1/2 dozen leftovers. WE ate them for breakfast a few days later. They were still excellent. We cut them in half and microwaved them for about 15-20 seconds. Buttered them and ate them with maple syrup.
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Old 03-13-2015, 10:08 AM   #25
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Here is a how-to video from the Solvang Danish Restaurant in Solvang, CA. She makes it look so easy.
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Old 03-13-2015, 10:11 AM   #26
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I visited a 2nd hand store in Arkansas and he literally had over a hundred that the boxes looked like they had been wet at one time. $9.99 each. I didnt buy one. Perhaps the next time I go up to my Mom's house I will get one. These were made out of aluminum I believe and not cast iron. I was looking for a pop-over pan at the time which I eventually did find on ebay. Now those are awesome to make and addictive. Perhaps I need to have my mom stop by and pick me up one before they run out.
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The ingredients are so basic, I can't imagine buying a mix but I am frugal. I do try to buy the better flour and it does make a difference. I would still discourage a beginner not to fill the cups so full until you get used to turning them as there were times I wanted to throw the pan and contents of the pan in the trash and forget I ever heard of them.

If I made them more often, I am sure it would be easier but we use them for special although I often "fudge" on special, you know, "the sun is shining".
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