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Danish Pancakes – Pandekager recipe

Thin pancakes served hot with fruit preserves.

Recipe: Danish Pancakes -Pandekager

4 large eggs, separated4 cups all-purpose flour1 teaspoon salt1/4 cup sugar3/4 cup beer2 cups milk1 tablespoon melted butterStrawberry preservesPowdered sugar for sprinkling (optional)

  • In mixing bowl beat egg white until stiff;set aside.
  • In another mixing bowl, beat egg yolksuntil thick and lemon-colored, addflour and mix well. Add beer, milk, salt and butter and beatuntil smooth. Carefully fold in eggwhites.
  • Pour a little batter in 6-inch greasedskillet. Rotate skillet to spread batterover surface. Brown on both sides. Repeat until all batter isused.
  • Serve hot with strawberry preserves.

    Makes about 18 pancakes.

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    The kids enjoyed a snow day last week so I asked my 11 year old daughter to write a post about one of her favorite breakfast treats crepes or as we call them around here, Danish pancakes. These Danish pancakes, pandekager, should not be confused with another Danish pancake called Aebleskiver which are round doughy balls. So I thought, why wouldn t I want that? But sadly he didn t have his mom s famous recipe, so I did a little research to find a recipe. I asked my dad if this recipe was like the crepes he had when he was little. We changed it a bit for things we had around the house and started to make them.

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