This is a DELICIOUS family recipe that goes back generations. My mother taught me to make this when I was young, she always said "It is as easy as 1,2,3!!!" 1 egg, 2 flour, 3 water.  That is the secret to remembering how to make a Pannkaka (similar to a crepe). Whether it's breakfast or dinner, this tasty comfort food is a treat!!  And oh, you don't have to be Swedish to enjoy this!

Step 1: Ingredients & Supplies

For this instructable you will need the following items:


1 Egg
2 Tablespoons of flour
3 Tablespoons of water
Jelly or jam

A pan
A wisk
A spatula
A butter knife
Measuring spoons
Mixing bowl (small is fine)

<p>Just finished making and eating these for lunch with my daughter. They were so simple, fast, and delicious. Thanks for the well written instructable. </p><p>:-D</p>
Yummy! Can you suggest some other nice fillings besides jelly?
crunchy peanut butter + chocolate syrup + pannkaka = heaven :D
<p>I suppose cream cheese, fresh fruit, bacon even. Your imagination is the limit. Enjoy!</p>
Ice cream, sugar, sugar and cinnamon, sugar and lemon, raspberries ..
how pannkakas can you make with the 123 thing??
so basically it is like a crepe?
<p>Pretty much, yes. </p>
<p>Thanks for making the instructions so easy. I have ADD and don't currently have access to my meds. This is going in my belly immediately.</p>
<p>What a great comment! Enjoy.....</p>
<p>Thanks for the recipe--I cooked my first one this morning and it turned out pretty well.</p>
<p>That is great! I am so happy that it worked well for you. :)</p>
Just so you know: the first one in the pan is almost always a failure. For almost everybody. I call it tradition...;)
<p>Here in Argentina we know them as panqueque (pronounced pun-keh-keh)<br>But we usually fill them with dulce de leche.</p>
It's spelled Pannkaka!
<p>Thank you very much! I had a feeling something was wrong with spelling... I corrected the spelling. Thank you so much!</p>
just wanted to let you know the word is 'pannkaka', meaning 'pan cookie'. it's pronounced like &quot;pun-kah-kah&quot;, with the first syllable being stressed.
<p>That looks good.....really good.</p>
<p>Thank you!</p>

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