Thursday, September 4, 2014

Ebelskiver ~ Danish Pancakes

Today I'm sharing a breakfast recipe from Denmark. To know what my other friends are cooking, check out the Blogging Marathon page for the other Blogging Marathoners doing BM# 44.
Ebelskiver are Danish cute little puffed pancakes, which are made using a special pan to get their shape. This pancakes can be served as breakfast, dessert or also as a snack. You can serve them with jam's, flavored butter or can top with any of your favorite fruits along with dried nuts. 
The basic recipe of ebelskiver, which I got from a cookbook included eggs in it. I tried replacing eggs & it worked out fine in this dish. The ebelskiver is very similar to paniyaram pan you get in India. Here I'm sharing a eggless version of these delicious pancakes you will love.
Adapted from a cookbook.
Prep Time-10mins | Cook Time-10mins | Yields-18ebelskivers
Ingredients
1Cup All-purpose flour
3Tbs sugar
Pinch of salt
1/2Tsp baking soda
1/2Tsp baking powder
1/2Cup yogurt
1Cup milk
1Tsp apple cider vinegar
1/2Tsp cinnamon powder
2Tbs butter
Topping
Few chopped almonds
2Tbs honey
Directions 
- In a bowl sieve flour, baking soda, baking powder & cinnamon powder. 
- In another bowl whisk sugar , salt, yogurt, milk & apple cider vinegar until sugar dissolves completely. 
- Now mix in dry ingredients with the wet ones. 
- Meanwhile heat the Ebelskiver pan. Rub the pancake holes with butter. 
- Fill in the holes with batter completely. Allow the batter to cook. You can see a crust formed & the edges are well done. 
- Now use a skewer & turn them to the other side. Allow them to cook completely on other side too.
- Now repeat the same with left over batter. 
- while serving top the ebelskiver with honey & almonds. Serve them warm.
Note
- If you are adding eggs, then omit apple cider vinegar from the recipe. 
- Adjust the sugar if you want it to be on sweeter side.
- Topping can be any of your choice. 
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16 comments:

  1. Such a delicious treat from the country! Wonderful !

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  2. Love those cute mini pancakes..very nicely shot!

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  3. I made these as part of the Danish meal too. We loved them. Yours have turned out great without the eggs.

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  4. Ebelskiver turned out perfect.

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  5. Looks absolutely inviting .......... Love it!!

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  6. Super like, hard to resist to this cute looking ebelskiver,would love to munch some.

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  7. Love these tiny pillows of goodness.

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  8. wow valli your ebelskiver have turned out super fluffy and tempting !! sure an irresistible pancakes :)

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  9. I have never had it but it sounds so delish .. looks so perfectly done...love it

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  10. Cute puffy treats!! Lovely presentation! !

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  11. These look adorable , would love to grab some.

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  12. Yum yum yum! Ilove these delicious treats.You have presented them so beautifully.

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