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Danke PlÃ¤tzchen-Hund zum ein wundervolles FrÃ¼hstÃ¼ck! (Thank you Cookie Dog for a wonderful breakfast!) I grated peeled apple directly into the batter. Grated it b/c I thought apple would get done more and pancake flip easier. Made for the Unrulies Under the Influence for ZWT6.
Very good! They taste almost like apple fritters. Not something I would do every day, but they are good for a breakfast treat. I used my mandoline to grate the apples and I didn't peel them. Do make sure to spread them out very thinly or they will be raw in the center. Thanks cookiedog! Made for the Swizzle Chicks and ZWT6, Germany/Benelux.
We also grated the apples we used - red galas and green granny smith - very pretty and festiveas we did not peel them before we ran them through the grater. However - we could not get the crepes to set in the middle. It took 12 minutes or longer to get a set crepe, and we spread them as thick as we could get them. We would also decrease the apples a bit - used 8 med to small sized apples for a double batch, and would decrease that to only 5 or 6 next time. Also maybe try a fine grate instead of a course one to see if that would help the setting issue Also put the cinn/sugar mixture on the first side after flipping once while the underside was cooking to melt the sugar. They were good, once they were finally done.
These were really nice pancakes, though very different than what I expected. DD's gobbled them all right up! We loved the fresh apples in it. Thanks! Made for ZWT4 - Jefes de la Cocina!