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Nordic Ware Danish Ebleskiver Pan
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- Makes seven 2-1/4-inch traditional Danish pancakes at one time
- Heavy, warp-resistant cast aluminum ensures even heating
- Measures 9-1/2 inches in diameter
- Hand washing recommended with mild detergent
- Made in the USA with handle from China
- Makes seven 2-1/4-inch traditional Danish pancakes at one time
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Use any pancake or waffle recipe or mix to make these delicious round pancakes with fillings indside! Recipes included. Made in USA with imported handle.
Scandinavians love the spherical little pancakes known as ebleskiver. Countless "traditional" recipes for them exist, but any old pancake recipe will do, including prepackaged pancake mix and concoctions beginning with cake mixes. Shape defines ebleskiver, not ingredients, and only an ebleskiver pan delivers. Safe on gas or electric stovetops, this one is made from heavy cast aluminum so it won't warp. And it's nonstick, to make flipping the pancakes easy and cleanup a snap. (For authenticity, turn ebleskiver with a knitting needle.) Its wood handle stays cool and adds a rustic touch. There's a notch on the handle's end for hanging on a hook or peg. --Fred Brack
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Yes, it is nonstick but I find a little butter is necessary to keep the Ebelskivers from sticking if they have fruit in them, plus the butter is essential to taste, in my opinion. I add a small, thin slice of butter to the bottom of each Ebelskiver hole once it's hot (heat over low or medium low heat). Once the butter melts, add batter to each hole to just slightly below the hole's rim (beware, center hole heats quickest, so add butter to that hole last and add batter to that hole first). Now add fruit or jelly to center until batter rises to rim or just above the rim.
Once brown on bottom, use a small silicone heat resistant spatula to flip the Ebelskivers over. While the flip takes a little practice, it is easy to catch on to. Trust me, guests and family will be impressed with these unusual breakfast treats AND will be amazed at the taste! We top our Ebelskivers with real maple or blueberry syrup and a small dollop of whipped cream ("Reddy Wip" make not be haute cuisine, but it sure tastes good!).
NOTE ABOUT CAST IRON: We also own a cast iron Ebelskiver pan, which we hate. No matter how many times I've tried to season and oil the pan, the Ebelskivers stick - which ruins the Ebelskivers. Plus, I have a bad neck which is irritated by trying to use caste iron, which is very heavy and difficult to use for making Ebelskivers. Just be sure to wash the nonstick pan by hand and don't use forks or other metal utensils to turn the Ebelskivers.
Æbleskiver pans are all about family fun and togetherness. I just attended a cooking class at the Nordic Heritage Museum in Seattle Washington with my daughter. These tasty, ephemeral, light round morsels make for warmth and togetherness when eaten AS THEY ARE BEING COOKED.
There is no need to get too fancy with ingredients for stuffing - just preserves and powdered sugar.
Non-stick beyond belief. I literally clean it with a paper towel and I'm done.
The puffs turn over so easy, they just slide over. I turn them with the tip of a fork.
Browns the puffs perfectly.
Puffs NEVER stick.
Quick, even heat--pan heats up quickly all over, not just in certain spots.
I bought this pan to make pancake puffs for my son, who saw the commercial and was begging me for the "set".
So, I figured why not get a professional-grade, serious pancake puff pan?
I learned its proper name--the Danish Ebleskiver Pan, and then scoped out the pancake ebleskiver pan a.k.a. pancake puff pan market and they all ran around $30 and up, so this was a great deal. Plus, I figure Nordic Ware is a good name, so I bought it.
I bought this pan my 7-year-old son, a budding chef, in mind, and gave it to him as one of his early Christmas presents, along with an adjustable chef hat. It made an adorable gift ensemble, and together, my son and I have enjoyed our pancake puff adventures ever since--me, manning the pan and him breaking the eggs donning his professional-grade chef hat Chef Works CHAT Chef Hat, White.
I am soooo happy with this pan. It has made my life easier and making my son's food so much more fun because he requests pancakes daily and this pan performs: pancake puffs are effortless with this pan.
The puffs are just little balls of the perfect pancake--fluffy on the inside and browned-just-golden on the outside. I guess you can even inject them, but I haven't really felt the need to, just the plain puff is so darn good. They don't even need syrup, somehow. I have tried sprinkling them with powdered sugar, though--mmmmm, divine!
I experimented with various ingredients--I made the standard puff, then I dropped a few chocolate chips on the puffs, which made sort-of choco-puffs, which are addicting--if I don't watch out I may turn into a pancake puff!
I even found a neat website that lists all the B&B's favorite muffin recipes! In case you are wondering--you can adapt any muffin recipe/mix and make it as a puff. Just drop a teaspoon of the muffin batter in the pan and it makes a puff, not a muffin. You can even use your fav brownie recipe/mix.
So, any muffin/brownie recipe out there can be a puff--imagine the possibilities...
I've yet to try a pizza puff, but it's on the horizon.
Lastly, it's a great pan if you have super-picky kids. My son's a uber-finicky eater, but I'm thrilled to report that whatever is in a "puff" form just seems so much less intimidating, and so much more appealing to him. We even made hush puppy puffs!!! He loves them!!!
Buy this pan, and whatever the puffs--I'm sure you'll agree--this is the pan to make them in.