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    Senior Scrapper QuesMom's Avatar
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    Look for the heavy cast iron if not, Nordic-Ware has a nice one...They run between $30-$50 for a good one...
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    Wow, those look yummy! Might I ask for the recipe too?
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    I'll just post it here...

    Aebleskiver

    2 cups all-purpose flour, cake flour or oat flour
    1/3 cup fine sugar
    1 teaspoon salt
    1 teaspoon baking soda
    3 large eggs
    2 cups buttermilk (you can use regular whole milk)


    Mix together the flour, sugar, salt, and baking soda...Separate the eggs, the yolks from the whites. Set the yolks aside. Beat the egg whites until light and fluffy and soft peaks form...Add the egg yolks and the buttermilk to the flour mixture and stir until combined...Gently fold the egg whites into the batter...

    Grease your aebleskiver pan with shortening or vegetable oil (Granny used Crisco shortening)...grease you pan again as needed as you go...Heat the pan over medium heat. Fill each cup about two-thirds full with batter...Cook for one to two minutes before turning. (You can turn your aebleskiver with a toothpick or skewer if you can't find the fork.) Cook for another minute or until done. Remove to a plate...Dust them with powered sugar and serve with your favorite jam...

    They really are easy and very basic...
    Karen

    The little voices in my head keep saying..."Get more Chickens!"


    ...The difference between *life* and *living*...When you have someone close, someone special, a *Best Friend*, it's *Living*...When you lose her...it's just *Life*...
    ....Perhaps they are not stars in the sky....But rather openings where our loved ones shine down to let us know they are happy....
    ...FAITH is the bridge between where I AM...and where GOD is taking me...



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    Thank you for the pictures and recipe ideas, Karen


 

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