Pancakes

I think many think (many think) of american pancakes whenever you mention pancakes (many pancakes). The thick smaller pancake. It contains baking powder. In Sweden pancakes are crepe like flat pancakes. I like them. I’ve tried the american pancakes but I didn’t think they tasted that good. I’m used to the swedish pancake and I think that’s why I didn’t like it.

I never make swedish pancakes from a recipe because I ‘ve made them since I was very young. I know what texture the pancake batter should be. I think you would love these pancakes and I found a recipe that looked good.

This makes 8 pancakes.

3 dl wheat flour

6 dl milk

3 eggs

0,5 tsp salt

2 tbs butter (I always use more)

Melt the butter. Mix the butter and the rest of the ingredienser together.

Use a little bit of butter in the frying pan for every pancake.

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Fill the whole (hot) frying pan with a thin layer of pancake batter. Flip the pancake when it sets.

Serve with jam or whatever you prefer. I serve mine with a mountain of sugar. Delicious.

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4 thoughts on “Pancakes

  1. Patzy and Miss Juliea says:

    My Swedish Grandma made the most delicious Swedish Pancakes in a special pan that made 8 or 9 small thin pancakes that you would spread with lingonberry (or jam) and powdered sugar and roll up. My little cousin could eat about 20 of them at a time! In America the restaurants only have the large Swedish pancakes like you show. Are they from different regions of Sweden maybe? I miss the little ones – thin and sweet and rolled up!

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