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Looking for a good Ebelskiver recipe and a good pan

flylice2x Nov 2, 2009 02:13 AM

Looking for a Ebelskiver recipe and where is the best place to purchase a pan. I was thinking of either Bed Bath and Beyond or the Williams Sonoma Catalog.
Any Ideas on what to stuff these with and how to serve them?

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    brustleen RE: flylice2x Nov 2, 2009 09:45 AM

    Oh my goodness, I just bought what I believe to be a good "starter" pan in CVS today...for $9.99. They call it a puff pancake pan. I am online looking for recipes. I have wanted to try these ever since I saw them featured on a Food Network show. Walmarts website shows the pan but I was unable to find one in the store...I went in to pick up a script in CVS and there they were!

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      bluemoon4515 RE: brustleen Nov 2, 2009 06:09 PM

      I got mine at CVS too...considering how rarely I use it compared to my other pans it was a steal!

      I like to stuff them with cinnamon apples, bananas, raspberry jam, pumpkin butter, or nutella. ..served with either maple syrup, powdered sugar, or cinnamon sugar.

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      chaddick RE: flylice2x Nov 2, 2009 10:37 AM

      I bought the pan from Williams-Sonoma but haven't used it yet. They always have cute ebelskiver recipes in their catalogues. I need to try one some time soon.

      1. Den RE: flylice2x Nov 2, 2009 12:10 PM

        http://www.philly.com/philly/restaura...

        This recipe was in the Philadelphia Inquirer just this past Thursday. You may want to look at the article as well as it talks about them.

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          NYCkaren RE: Den Nov 2, 2009 01:16 PM

          That looks like a good recipe, Den. Have you tried it? I bought an Ebelskiver pan several years ago and I've never gotten around to using it.

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            Den RE: NYCkaren Nov 2, 2009 02:41 PM

            I do a lot of cooking, less baking, and have to admit I never heard the term Ebelskiver before reading the Inquirer on Thursday. Anyway, the article in the food section is interesting and also provides some sources for Ebelskiver pans.

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          smtucker RE: flylice2x Nov 2, 2009 03:53 PM

          Sur La Table's weekly catalog arrived today there is a pan in there. Can't vouch for the quality, but might be worth a look.

          http://www.surlatable.com/product/nor...

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            karykat RE: flylice2x Nov 2, 2009 04:32 PM

            There is a local business that has been making Ebelskivers at our farmers market here. They make both sweet and savory ones. The sweet ones have some fruit or a little bit of jam. The savory ones have, I think some vegies, or cheese or sausage. It seems like the possibilities would be endless.

            Anyway, they sell their own Ebelskiver mix and the pans. So if you don't want to buy from a chain and would like to support a small business that would be something to consider.

            Here are links to an article about the Ebelskivers and the local business (Aunt Else's).

            http://heavytable.com/aunt-elses-new-...

            The Aunt Else site has a YouTube video that shows you how to make the Ebelskivers. It was very fun watching them make it at the market. And the video makes it look pretty easy and has a couple tricks. Here's their site with the video:

            http://auntelse.com/default.aspx

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              NVJims RE: flylice2x Nov 2, 2009 05:13 PM

              Lodge Pro Logic Aebleskiver Pans are readly available at most stores that carry their cast iron line. SCI Scandicrafts, Norpro, and others make the pans. http://www.aebleskiver.com/Ordering1.htm has quite a list of different models.

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                gmk1322 RE: NVJims Nov 2, 2009 06:41 PM

                I don't have my recipe and will post it asap. My preference is for cast iron only, not any of the aluminum pans from the major stores. Try looking online, the Lodge is good but also look at restaurants in Solvang, CA or Minnesota.

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                  bgbc RE: gmk1322 Nov 2, 2009 10:06 PM

                  Lots of choices here: http://fantes.com/aebleskiver.html, including recipes. I've been meaning to try these for a while and now you've helped get me on my way to actually doing it!

              2. kattyeyes RE: flylice2x Nov 3, 2009 02:19 AM

                We used a recipe Candy posted this summer to make Andrea Nguyen's corn dumplings. Candy uses an appelskiver/ebelskiver (hooked on phonics!) pan and fills them with a sriracha-based dipping sauce. We didn't have the pan, thus, ours came out more like flat fritters, but since you do, now you can try them out her way! They were light and delicious!

                http://chowhound.chow.com/topics/645036

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                  DanishGirl7 RE: flylice2x Nov 28, 2009 04:40 AM

                  My Great-Great Grandmother's Danish Edelskiver (pronounced ay-del-sk-ver) recipe:

                  2 cups buttermilk
                  2 cups flour
                  3 eggs, separated
                  1 teaspoon baking powder
                  1/2 teaspoon salt
                  1 teaspoon baking soda
                  2 tablespoons sugar
                  applesauce

                  Beat egg yolks. Sift together flour, baking powder & baking soda. Add salt, sugar, milk and flour mixture to egg yolks; mix WELL. Beat egg whites and fold into batter.

                  In ebelskiver pan, brush each pod well with oil: fill 2/3 full with batter. Put a dab of applesauce in center and cover with more batter. Turn when golden brown.

                  Sidenote: Now, you can of course use something other than applesauce, but this is a traditional way of preparing Danish Edelskiver, and was probably most affordable back in 1910 when the recipe was written. You can, of course, use any filler such as jam, baked apple, blueberries, even carmelized banana. Powdered sugar is optional, but not traditional. Can also be served with French Vanilla Ice cream as a dessert.

                  Hope the recipe helps, it is a cherished family tradition.

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                    smtucker RE: flylice2x Dec 4, 2009 06:04 AM

                    Just received an email from Williams-Sonoma... this pan is 50% until midnight tonight [12/4/2009.] Today's price is $20.00.

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