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Not quite eggs, pancakes, or biscuits, Finnish Pancakes are most likely the world's most versatile type of brunch food. Whether you decide to serve it topped with Grade ...
After all the ingredients are ready, we begin by scrambling the eggs in a medium-sized bowl.
Then you add the 1/8 teaspoon of sugar and 1/2 cup of flour. Carefully mix in the flour using a small spoon or fork (it can get pretty ...
After the flour and sugar have been mixed into the eggs thoroughly the milk can be added to the mixture. I switch to a whisk at this point ...
The final batter should be on the thinner side, very much like a traditional pancake batter. The batter should be set aside, while the pan is being prepared.
Microwave, or melt over heat, the butter until it becomes a liquid. Then disperse the melted butter into the baking pan in equal amounts and swirl the butter ...
Finally, you can pour the batter into the pan. If using muffin tins, pour the batter in equal amounts about halfway full in each tin.
Preheat the oven to 400 degrees. When oven is heated, bake the pancake batter for 12-15 minutes. The pancakes should pop-up and look a little golden on top. ...
Place one or two or three pieces on a plate and serve with your topping of choice (I used local Grade B syrup) and a fork! Enjoy! :)
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