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Dutch Baby AKA German Pancake #7536890 06/18/19 01:00 AM
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Tonight my wife and I made breakfast for supper. Eggs, bacon and a German Pancake or Dutch Baby.

The Dutch Baby is essentially a Pancake/French Toast combination baked in the oven. Often when I make this dish I will add some fresh fruit to the skillet before I bake the dish. Tonight's fruit of choice was blueberries.

The link below is the version that I use.

https://whatscookingamerica.net/Eggs/GermanPancake.htm

I vary the size of the iron skillet according to how many eggs I use in the recipe. Don't forget to preheat the skillet in the oven as the oven is heating up.


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Interesting, never heard of it before.

Any kind os icing or syrup or sauce go with it?


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That looks really good....

How thick is it....Id like to see a picture of a piece on a plate.... food


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looks great! My mother used to make something like that, don't recall if it had a name or not... she made various different flavors with fresh or canned fruit ... and sometimes would also brown sausage and/or bacon along with hashbrown potatoes.


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Looks good to me! food

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Red Chevy --- as far as toppings to use think to each his own. My wife uses powdered sugar. My son uses Apple butter. My daughter uses syrup.....

Snake Wrangler--- in a 10 inch skillet last night using 6 eggs the Dutch Baby was about 1.75 to 2 inches thick after collapsing. The pancake collapes a bit as it cools.

Last night I did not take a plated view. I was too busy eating...... My bad. The link in the original post show a cut side view.

PMK---it sounds like your mother made a frittata. Instead of adding savory items like sausage and potatoes the addition of cinnamon and vanilla made the Dutch Baby more like a desert.

The link below provides some basic frittata ideas as well as some ideas on what to add to the dish. My favorite frittata is cheese, cooked sausage, cooked hashbrowns/diced potatoes, and onions that have been cooked a bit in my skillet. I top everything with a good salsa or home made rancheros sauce.

https://www.epicurious.com/expert-advice/ultimate-easy-frittata-recipe-article


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Looks great! I made my first Dutch Baby last weekend, and another & another lol. Good stuff. The recipes Ive tried so far, they are all thin after they collapse. We must be using different recipes.

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PMK---it sounds like your mother made a frittata. Instead of adding savory items like sausage and potatoes the addition of cinnamon and vanilla made the Dutch Baby more like a desert.

we had never heard of a frittata back in those days ... LOL ... it was pretty much whatever she had on hand whether fruit or meat/potato ...


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My wife makes those German pancakes for the grandkids. Serves it with syrup and a good shaker of powdered sugar. Makes it look like it has been snowed on.


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