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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

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For this instructable you will need the following items:

Ingredients:

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

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

 

Just finished making and eating these for lunch with my daughter. They were so simple, fast, and delicious. Thanks for the well written instructable.

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Yummy! Can you suggest some other nice fillings besides jelly?
crunchy peanut butter + chocolate syrup + pannkaka = heaven :D
Teacup504 (author)  SonicLoverSeth1 year ago

I suppose cream cheese, fresh fruit, bacon even. Your imagination is the limit. Enjoy!

Ice cream, sugar, sugar and cinnamon, sugar and lemon, raspberries ..
Farid0071 year ago
how pannkakas can you make with the 123 thing??
aberry101 year ago
so basically it is like a crepe?
Teacup504 (author)  aberry101 year ago

Pretty much, yes.

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.

Teacup504 (author)  WallaceTheSane1 year ago

What a great comment! Enjoy.....

CaseyCase1 year ago

Thanks for the recipe--I cooked my first one this morning and it turned out pretty well.

Teacup504 (author)  CaseyCase1 year ago

That is great! I am so happy that it worked well for you. :)

hubbe1 year ago
Just so you know: the first one in the pan is almost always a failure. For almost everybody. I call it tradition...;)
MorNuN1 year ago

Here in Argentina we know them as panqueque (pronounced pun-keh-keh)
But we usually fill them with dulce de leche.

kapten1 year ago
It's spelled Pannkaka!
Teacup504 (author)  kapten1 year ago

Thank you very much! I had a feeling something was wrong with spelling... I corrected the spelling. Thank you so much!

loidor1 year ago
just wanted to let you know the word is 'pannkaka', meaning 'pan cookie'. it's pronounced like "pun-kah-kah", with the first syllable being stressed.

That looks good.....really good.

Teacup504 (author)  General Zod1 year ago

Thank you!