Norpro Nonstick Stuffed Pancake Pan, Munk / Aebleskiver / Ebelskiver
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- Make the popular Danish treat Aebleskiver, filled pancakes, in your home! Serve sweet or savory anytime!
- Fill with fruit, jam, cream cheese, peanut butter, cheese, chocolate or meats like sausage, ham or bacon. Top with syrup, jam or powdered sugar. The possibilities are endless!
- Cast-aluminum construction heats quickly; nonstick surface.
- Ergonomic 7-1/2-inch-long handle stays cool to the touch.
- Recipes and instructions included.
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Measures: 16.5" x 9" x 1.25" / 42cm x 23cm x 3cm
Handle measures: 7.5" / 19cm
Hole size: 2.25" / 5.5cm diameter
Hole depth: .75" / 2cm
Make the popular Danish treat Aebleskiver, filled pancakes, in your home!Serve sweet or savory anytime! Fill with fruit, jam, cream cheese, peanut butter, cheese, chocolate or meats like sausage, ham or bacon. Top with syrup, jam or powdered sugar. The possibilities are endless! Cast-aluminum construction heats quickly; nonstick surface. Ergonomic 7-1/2-inch-long handle stays cool to the touch. Recipes and instructions included.
Norpro was founded in 1973 with a vision to design, manufacture, and supply the highest caliber kitchenware. Norpro’s offering of innovative, high quality product for cooking, preparing and serving food are produced with superior materials and craftsmanship.
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The first batch I made out of this pancake pan was a bit messy, as I was learning how to turn the pancakes. After that, every batch look nicer than the previous one. And well, it was fun to eat them afterwards! My 4-year-old daughter certainly thinks so. Here's what I did:
1. I heat the pan to low-medium heat.
2. When hot, I wipe the cavities with kitchen towel dipped in oil (I used corn oil). There shouldn't be any oil pooling inside, just sort of very thinly "glazing" the cavities. I do this only at the start of cooking, not for every batch of pancakes.
3. I put 1 tbsp of pancake mixture in every cavity---I used Jemima's buttermilk pancake mix this morning. And even though it says in the box to just add water, I made the pancake mixture with 2 c Jemima buttermilk pancake mix, 1 c whole milk, 2 lightly beaten eggs, and 1 tbsp corn oil.
4. I put the filling---I used like an inch cube of Philadelphia cream cheese this morning, gently pushing it into the cooking pancake mixture. Then, I top each one with like 1/2 tbsp of pancake mix to "seal" the filling inside.
5. I wait till the sides of the pancake start to sort of pull away from the pan's cavities, and gently turn them around using bamboo skewers. I found out that the pointed part of the skewer makes the turning easier.
6. I wait for a little while till I can see from the sides of the pan's cavities that the bottom part of my pancake has set.
7. I check to see if the bottom part is nicely golden brown and then, voila! to the serving dish they go. Nice to eat when these are warm!!
Yield: 25 golf-sized balls of cream cheese-filled pancakes---Check out the picture I posted. :)
I bought this pan last Nov 7, 2012 and have used it 3 times so far. I think it heats evenly (perfectly fits the larger burner of my electric stove), releases the pancakes easily, and cleaning the pan is very easy as well. I hope the pan will stay in good condition for a long time... let's see (will update my review when the pan's non-stick start to wear out). Happy with my purchase and will recommend this to someone looking for this kind of pan.
Just received it and used the basic recipe from the packaging to whip up a batch of batter to test the pan.
Made great danish pancakes the first time... Perfect little pan, couldn't be more pleased.
Note: I'm using this pan over an electric coil stove-- Medium heat. No issues at all. Follow the recipe, watch a couple of youtube videos to know how to the rotate and flip the pancake to get the sphere (I used a wooden kebob skewer to flip), and you'll have hot, tasty aebleskivers of your own. Made a batch to throw in the freezer for a quick breakfast later.
The pan requires little to no oil, heats uniformly, and is very easy to clean. I am even considering buying another one so I can make 14 pancakes at a time. :)