Found an aebleskiver pan at a local thrift shop...I was the only one who knew what it was since I grew up near Solvang, CA, home of Arnie's Famous Aebleskivers. So the first time I made this was a total flop, because the cast iron pan was not seasoned yet.
I have found that for this recipe to work for me, the pan has to preheat for 20 min or so (Put the pan on, then mix up the ingredients) - also, I have to put oil in the cups each time I start a new batch of 7 balls.
The knitting needle approach works best for me. I wait for the edges to look a little dry, then turn the doughball 1/4 turn, allowing the next bit of batter to spill out and cook. They aren't perfectly round like experts make, but they're getting there, the more often I make these.
This has become our special Saturday morning breakfast. I need two pans now, to make it go faster!
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Found an aebleskiver pan at a local thrift shop...I was the only one who knew what it was...