By Aussie mum 2_2 on June 11, 2005
"Poffertjes are traditional Dutch cakes, a bit similar in texture to American pancakes. Poffertjes are cooked in a special cast-iron pan with several small shallow indentations in the bottom. They are usually served as an afternoon snack, not as a breakfast food, and often served with icing sugar. I'm posting this in honour of the Aussie/Kiwi World Tour as we are visiting Europe and didn't see this on Zaar. I haven't tried this yet but am going to go and buy the special pan in the Cleveland Market tomorrow and will try them out. Found the recipe on "Back to your roots"."
Serving Size: 1 (9 g)
Servings Per Recipe: 60
"Fabulous. I can almost imagine myself in the main square in Delft.This recipe was easy to follow and easy to do. Thanks Aussie mum"
"Unfortunately there is no egg in this recipe. It is not very authentic and may remind you of paermache glue."
"I just tried it and its soo yum! Its very easy to make as well.. my husband and i enjoyed it very much!!!! THANKSSS"