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Ebelskivers: Danish-Style Filled Pancakes And Other Sweet And Savory Treats Paperback – March 1, 2011
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Originally from Denmark, ebelskivers (pronounced "able-skeevers") are snacks or desserts traditionally served during holidays and at celebrations. Today, cooks offer these puffy, sphere-shaped pancakes with a wide range of sweet and savory toppings and fillings, varying them in countless creative ways.
Making ebelskivers requires little more than ingredients you probably already have on hand - milk, eggs, flour - and a special seven-welled pan that forms the pancakes' unique shape. Everything you need to know about making these treats is here: from mixing the batter; to cooking and filling the pancakes; to tips for creating perfect ebelskivers every time.
Filled with luscious photographs and more than forty tempting recipes, this book will provide endless inspiration for any occasion.
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In these pages you'll find more than 40 sweet and savory ideas for Danish-style sphere-shaped puffs called ebelskivers. Served any time of the day, these delicious recipes will change the way you look at pancakes forever!
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Note to the gluten-free crowd, these recipes work well when you sub in GF baking mix or flour, and make a very delicious treat. Just make sure you beat the daylights out of the egg whites, (and don't overmix after you've folded them in) and the whole thing should work just fine.
Best thing to turn the ebelskivers with is plain wooden kabob skewers so make sure you have a few on hand. Happy Eating!
And all the pictures show their aebleskivers as oblong masses...when they should be spherical, which can only mean they flipped them once after the initial pour (see page 14 & 15). Aebleskivers should be turned and rotated 3-4 times to get a perfect sphere. All of which makes me wonder on the authenticity of the recipes provided.
With all that said, the pictures are good and I'm sure the recipes will provide some interesting ideas for future creations.