Recipes on the Net:
Ebleskiver or ∆bleskiver
Danish round pancakes, often with apple filling. These four recipe variations
are on the site of Sweet Celebrations, which also sells the special pans that
make this cake-like treat easy to make.
A recipe for the potato flatcakes which are popular in Sweden and Norway. The
page includes links to look at and even buy the tools that the serious lefse-cook
will want: a lefse grill, turner, potato ricer, lefse stick, rolling pin. (The
special lefse rolling pin is not offered on this site, but is available on the
web at other sites.
Another recipe, this one using sour cream in the batter.
Platte Panna (Swedish
From Sweet Celebrations (where you can also buy a specially-made
pan with depressions for shaping the thin batter more easily), two recipes for
the traditional Swedish crepe-like pancakes.
- Swedish Potato Pancakes
A low-fat adaptation of a Swedish favorite.
with Berry-Cardamom Topping
Instead of traditional lingonberries, these are
topped with a mixture of sweetened raspberries and blackberries. Not only can
the batter be prepared 8 hours ahead, but I find it cooks up better if you do
let the batter rest at least an hour, covered in the refrigerator.
Suggests serving with lingonberries.