There are some things we make that we just can't get enough of and Aebelskiver are one of those things. These Danish treats are, basically, fried dough balls and you can make them either sweet or savory and even fill them with jelly, Nutella, or just about anything you want. They also can be just eaten plain or with powdered sugar on top.
One of our wonderful guests shared this recipe with us and we're happy to pass it along as well. We've also heard of them being made with simple pancake batter as well, but those may not be as light and fluffy.
The only specialty item that you'll need is an Aebelskiver pan which has the little wells in it to make these. We also deviate from the original recipe by substituting salted butter but not adding salt to the recipe. Personally, we really like the salty exterior.
We've also figured out how to video our stove or kitchen from above so we're sure you're going to see many more cooking videos in the future. Enjoy!
1 Cup - Buttermilk (We like Bob's Red Mill buttermilk powder).
2 Eggs - Separated. Pampered Chef has the most terrific egg separator.
1 Cup - Flour
1 tsp - Sugar
1 tsp - Baking Powder
1/2 tsp - Baking Soda
The original recipe calls for 1/3 tsp - salt.
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