Swedish Food: More than Meatballs!
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Swedish Pancakes (Svenska Tunnpankakor)For the recipe you will need:
- 2 cups flour
- 3 1/3 cups milk
- 3/4 t salt
- 3 eggs
2. Add flour and blend until well combined.
3. Add rest of milk. The batter is really runny!
4. Heat frying pan to medium heat and melt some butter in pan. Add about 1/4 to 1/3 cup of batter to pan and tilt pan to spread batter evenly.
5. Cook until top is almost dry and then turn over and cook 30 - 45 seconds on other side. Transfer to plate and keep warm.
6. Repeat. repeat. repeat.
These were really good and surprisingly filling! We mixed our lingonberry preserves with some butter and put a dollop on top of each folded crepe. Then we sprinkled on some powdered sugar. Then we ate then like a pack of starved wolves because they were so warm and delicious!! When I say we, I'm not counting the kids, I really thought I was gonna hit a home run with these. I mean who in there right minds wouldn't eat these?? Well, apparently my children are those people. Oh well, more for us :) I may never get to Sweden in real life, but tonight my tastebuds were there...and they were very happy!!!!!