Magical Dutch pancake with 4 topping options | jernejkitchen
Magical
Dutch pancake with 4 topping options
Four ingredients only + the topping (For breakfast, dessert or celebration)
za
1
0
pancake (Ø20 cm / 8 inch)
preparation time:
35
0
minutes

There is something magical about this dutch pancake. The first time we made this one we were shocked, surprised and excited at the same time. After about 5 - 10 minutes the pancake started to rise around the edges but it stayed low in the center, forming a bowl shape. That surprises us time and time again and because of that this magical dutch pancake is perfect for celebrations, weekend breakfast, brunch or dessert. We created four delicious toppings: Two sweet and two savory. We also partnered up with Viny&Greta (100% natural Fruit Pulp Vinegars) to add a specific fruity acidity to each dish. It came out spectacular. Serve this dutch pancake at room temperature.

INGREDIENTS
za
1
0
pancake (Ø20 cm / 8 inch)
preparation time:
35
0
minutes
Dutch pancake
Sweet topping (pear, banana, almonds)
Sweet topping (seasonal fruit salad)
Savory topping (smoked salmon, fennel)
Savory topping (egg, ham, avocado)
METHOD
melt the butter
    Preheat your oven to 230 °C / 445 °F. Set a skillet / heavy bottom pan over medium-high heat, add the butter and let it melt completely. Set aside and let it cool to room temperature. Use the same skillet that you're going to bake the pancake in.
Bake
    Beat the eggs, milk and pinch of salt in a bowl. Add all-purpose flour and and the butter until you get a lovely batter. Pour the batter back into the skillet (the skillet is still coated in butter from melting) Bake for 15 minutes at 230 °C / 445 °F, then lower the heat to 175 °C / 350 °F and bake for another 5 minutes.
Serve
    Serve as soon as possible, at room temperature. Fill your dutch pancake with your favorite topping, cut on four even slices and serve. Enjoy.
Topping Option 1 - sweet (pear, banana, almonds)
    Cut the pear on even, thin slices. Peel the banana and cut on even slices. Chop the almonds and pistachios. Transfer your dutch pancake to a serving plate and place pear slices in the center. Add the banana and sprinkle with chopped almonds and pistachios. Add 2 scoops of walnut or vanilla ice cream and a tablespoon of Viny&Greta vinaigre (flavor: pear and vanilla). Serve and enjoy.
Topping Option 2 - sweet (fruit salad)
    Prepare a seasonal fruit salad. We used blueberries, orange, pear and mango. Cut on large fruits on small cubes and stir to combine. Transfer your dutch pancake to a serving plate and arrange the fruit salad in the center. Add a generous dollop of sour cream and fresh mint leaves. Pour a tablespoon of Viny&Greta vinaigre (flavor: raspberry) over it. Serve and enjoy.
Topping Option 3 - savory (smoked salmon, fennel)
    Cut fennel on thin slices. Transfer your dutch pancake to a serving plate and arrange the smoked salmon and fennel slices in the center. Tear a bit of fresh (or dry) fennel or dill on top of it. Pour a tablespoon of Viny&Greta vinaigre (flavor: mango) over it. Serve and enjoy.
Topping Option 4 - savory (egg, ham, avocado)
    Peel the avocado, remove the kernel and cut on thin slices. Fry an egg, sunny side up. Transfer your dutch pancake to a serving plate and arrange the prosciutto cotto or ham and avocado slices in the center. Carefully place an egg over it. Pour a tablespoon of Viny&Greta vinaigre (flavor: tomato&chili) over the egg. Serve and enjoy.

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