Here's my recipe for "Swedish" pancakes. They are very light little mini crepe kind of things and call for the use of a special pan that has 7 little divots in it. To make this you need a cast iron plett pan
The Pancake Recipe:
In a mixing bowl with a good pouring lip:
- 1 egg (or 2 whites)
- 1 cup flour
- 1+1/4 cup milk
- 1 tbsp sugar
- 1/2 tsp salt
Mix with a whisk to make them nice and fluffy.
Get the pan hot. Using a stick of butter where you have peeled the wrapper back, apply butter to the circles of the pan. Then pour the batter into the divots and cook on one side. When the tops are starting to get a little firm, use a mini-spatula or a knife to flip them. When they are all done you can pick up the whole pan and turn it over above a serving tray to get the pancakes off in one swoop.
Can you guess which recipe we searched for fifteen minutes this morning before we made it?
Top with syrup, fruit, jelly, powdered sugar, etc.
Serves 3 when served alongside some fresh fruit and maybe a little sausage patty.