This is a true traditional Danish recipe. You need a special pan to make them but most gourmet kitchen shops carry these cast iron pans. The pan is round and has round indentations so you can cook 10-12 at time. This can be a breakfast dish (usual time ithey are served), brunch, late night snack or any snack time. Serve with bacon on the side or whatever. Just typing this I want t
- Mix dry ingredients in a bowl.
- Place eggs in a measuring cup and cover with milk until it reaches 1 2/3 cups.
- Beat eggs& milk.
- Add liquids to dry ingredients.
- Mix well but don't beat.
- Cook over a fairly low heat with 1/4 tsp oil in the bottom of each space.
- When bubbly around the edges and looking half cooked use a knitting needle (or fork to flip over).
- A pan usually makes ten so when you take them out keep warm in the oven.
- Serve with butter & sugar or your favorite preserve.