Monday, April 2, 2018

Pannekaken/Norwegian Pancakes

April starts with a bang, we blogging marathoners gonna run a month of blogging with sundays off. Yes here comes an another month of Mega food marathon, every year a group of food bloggers who shares the same passion for food ran two whole months of Mega marathon. We picked April and September as mega marathon months and we have been following this ritual since 4 years. This Mega marathon needs some pre-planning as we have some particular themes to follow. Eventhough i plan my cooking before i always end up in cooking at last moment. Thats gives more thrill to me. Let me stop blabbering before you guys gets bored. And this month Mega marathon have two options, yes either pick a theme per week, or pick a theme and cook for a month. Obviously i opted for the easy one, yes am going to blog for 4 weeks with 4 different themes. With a super duper busy schedule, i cant go with a theme for a whole month. However i dont regret to pick easy themes as they do need more patience and planning to cook with. For the first week of this Mega marathon, am going to showcase International breakfast dishes. And for the first day, its going to be some filling Norwegian pancakes aka Pannekaken.

Pannekaken, Norwegian Pancakes.jpg

Pannekaken sounds like French crepes, with easy ingredients and simple cooking method, one can dish out this ultimate pancakes for their breakfast or brunch. Just with a pancake, one can finish easily their breakfast, yes these pancakes are quite filling. With usual ingredients and eggs, these pancakes are seriously very easy to whisk. These thin pancakes makes a complete satisfying breakfast when served with any sort of spreads and fruits. We had this pancakes for our weekend brunch, once filled with jam or nutella you can carry them easily in your snack box or in lunch box to have them either as snacks or dessert after a meal. A prefect kid's friendly crepes to give a try if you are looking for something easy to prepare specially to please your kids at home.

Norwegian Pancakes

Recipe Source: Here
3 Eggs
1cup Flour
1+1/2cups Milk
1/2tsp Salt
Butter for greasing

Whisk the eggs with milk until they turns forthy, now add the flour and salt and whisk everything as a thin batter.

Heat a greased skillet or griddle in medium flame, spoon the batter and move the griddle to for a thin circle.

Cook in simmer until they turns golden in colour. These pancakes gets cookes very quickly.

Take care not to burn them.

Repeat the same process with remaining batter.

Serve warm with powdered sugar, jam or nutella.

Pannekaken, Norwegian Pancakes, Norwegian Crepes

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Harini R said... Reply To This Comment

Wow! Those pancakes make a bright start to the day as well the marathon!

CookwithRenu said... Reply To This Comment

They look so cottony soft....looks like you have folded some soft cotton kerchief....will definitely try it....

cookingwithsapana said... Reply To This Comment

Even I picked 4 themes as I find it easy to work with. Th Norwiagn pancakes looks so light and delicious with the jam filling. Good start to the mega marathon and looking forward to seeing your other international breakfast dishes.

Pavani said... Reply To This Comment

Those pancakes look so soft and lacy Priya. I wish I could pick a few up right off the screen :-) Looking forward to your yummy creations this month.

Unknown said... Reply To This Comment

No way I will never get bored listening to your ramblings aks :) Am so happy to do this marathon especially because I will able to comment on all the efforts .. You are amazing when it comes to the selection of recipes and inspire me always :) he he I will join with you I love the thrill too .. That is one amazing pancakes to start the marathon :) am looking forward to all your amazing recipes aks :)

vaishali sabnani said... Reply To This Comment

Amazing ! The pancakes look melt in the mouth kinds . With some jam on the side they would make such a delicious breakfast . Awesome pick and I like your week 1 Theme , though curious to know the rest !

Sandhya Ramakrishnan said... Reply To This Comment

That is such a perfect weekend brunch! LoOKs so delicate and love the texture of the pancake. Even a simple dusting of sugar would be marvelous with thsee pancakes. Looking forward to your rest of the recipes for the theme.

Gayathri Kumar said... Reply To This Comment

These crepes look so soft and delicious. Perfect breakfast to start the day. Looking forward to all your creations this month Priya..

Suma Gandlur said... Reply To This Comment

Jam and nutella filled crepes sound fabulous and are definitely kid friendly.
Looking forward to your creations in this marathon, Priya. :)

Sharmila kingsly said... Reply To This Comment

If my daughter sees this ,she will definitely ask me to prepare this for her.. Yumm yumm..

Padmajha said... Reply To This Comment

We like to read your posts Priya, so you can ramble on :). These pancakes looks so soft and I bet they are equally delicious!!

Srivalli said... Reply To This Comment

Those pancakes surely look so sinful and inviting Priya. I say you are already doing so many things that picking 4 different themes sounds just perfect! I love international breakfast theme and can't wait to read more on this week!

Sandhiya said... Reply To This Comment

Wow, how soft pancakes those are !!! Looks so inviting and delicious, Priya. Awesome start to Mega BM, looking forward to the rest !!!

Priya Srinivasan - I Camp in My Kitchen said... Reply To This Comment

Beautiful pancakes priya! Looks super soft and thin!!! perfect for breakie!! I bet kids would go ga-ga over this!

Preeti said... Reply To This Comment

Great starts with pancakes.. perfect option for breakfast.

Mayuri Patel said... Reply To This Comment

These pancakes are certainly like the French crepes that I make so often. Nice start to the day ---pancakes with some delicious jam.

Kalyani said... Reply To This Comment

Fluffy, feather like pancakes with some
Jam ... yummmmm