Feb. 1, 2011 6:51 am
Updated: Apr. 5, 2011 2:20 pm
We are in the 5th week of the new year. My goal is to have a recipe for every week. That means I need to catch up as I am missing 4 recipes. Plus I also need to upload them to allrecipe's to share with others.
Let's discuss breakfast, frushstuck. This is generally a wonderful array of meats, cheese and fruit. Of course we do have the traditional "pancakes". Well not so traditional after all. The pancakes I grew up on are much more similar to crepe's then any american
fluffy pancake. I remember as a little girl , my sister and I used to put jam or nutella on our pancakes and roll them up. We didn't even get a plate half the time.I learned how to make these so long ago I can't remember when I did learn to make them, seems
like forever. As I stated before we watched and learned to cook at an early age and we learned by sight. I had fun creating this recipe from the one in my head, but I do know the pancakes turn out just like they should. It's funny when my kids have friends
sleep over and ask for pancakes and I ask which ones. My husband loves buttermilk pancakes and so I learned how to make them. So now I have so many great recipes I use for pancakes. There are the german ones of course, buttermilk, regular, with chocolate chips
and occasionally berries. Don't forget to make pfankuchen suppe, pancake soup, with the left overs. I don't have actual pics of this. I must get a new camera and will be uploading plenty of pics. Trust me. I am a scrapbooker, we love pic's. So that means it's
Pfankuchen (German Pancakes)
1 cup milk
1 cup flour
1/2 cup sugar
Beat the eggs with the sugar. Stire in milk and flour. Beat until smooth. Heat a large non-stick skillet, I use an electric skillet. Spray lightly with butter spray between batches of pancakes.
Pour pancake batter to desired size, it should be a thin layer. Once the edges have tiny bubbles and it doesn't want to break when trying to flip, flip them till golden. These babies are more like crepes , remember so they will not fluff.