Saturday, August 27, 2011

Delicious Dutch Baby - Recipe

   These last days we tried a few new recipes, one of them was the super yummy Dutch Baby that we found through Foodgawker on Sarah's Sweet and Savory Blog. Don't worry, we are not cannibals, that's just another name for German Pancake, a recipe originally made by German-Americans based in Seattle. This thing was so good and easy we had to make it the next day too. They say it is similar to Yorkshire Pudding but I've never tried that. I'd describe it as a lighter omelette, it's almost like preparing the batter for french toast and baking it on a pan without the bread. I think it's a little hard to explain its texture and taste. The only thing I know for sure is that this is a delicious food that is going to be making regular appearances on my breakfast from now on.

Dutch Baby

Ingredients

   -3 eggs
   -1/2 cup milk
   -1/2 cup flour
   -1/4 teaspoon salt
   -1 tablespoon butter

Topping - If desired

   -lemon
   -powdered sugar

Directions
  1. Preheat the oven to 425°F
  2. Add the butter to a 8x8 baking dish with at least 2" sides. Place into the oven. Once the butter has melted, remove the baking dish from the oven. Run butter all over the pan bottom and up the sides. Set aside.
  3. Beat eggs with a wire whip until well aerated. Add milk and whip again. Add salt and flour and stir with a fork, until just blended.
  4. Bake for 15 minutes or until the sides have peaked and browned.
  5. To serve, drizzle with lemon and powdered sugar. As an alternative you might top it with your favorite fruit or fruit preserves.
 Enjoy!
If you make it, please take a picture and share.

10 comments:

  1. We made that in school and it was yummy. The one we made was huuuge and if I remember correctly we ate it with caramelized apples.

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  2. Aside from the fact that it looks so yummy, the color of your plate and table mat is perfect too. colors full of life!

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  3. @ Nollie: This thing was very huge while it was baking. The caramelized apples sound interesting, I might try it one of these days.

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  4. @ Diane: Thank you! These colors are bright indeed.

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  5. I simply adore apples with accumulation of caramels. That sounds inviting to me.

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  6. @ Myfudo: I hope you try it and if you do, please remember I'd love to see.

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  7. mmmmmmmmmmm! que ricoooo! voy hacerla, a ver si puedo esta semana, sabrá rico con dulce de leche??? o alguna mermelada? prometo hacerle fotos cuando lo haga :D

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  8. @ Mademoiselle Framboise: Definitivamente debes hacerlo, con dulce de leche debe ser cercano a hostioso. Quiero mis fotos NOW!

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