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Old 11-24-2019, 09:05 PM   #21
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poffertjes - ebelskiver

poffertjes - ebelskiver



ingredients: flour, sugar, baking soda, salt, eggs/yolks, milk butter
fillings: red raspberry jam, nutella


lessons learned: 1. u need the special pan. 2. for flipping the sticks work great or use toothpick. 3. red raspberry jam or nutella are great fillings. tried grape, strawberry, and red raspberry. everyone liked red raspberry the best. 3. grease little divots in pan with butter for each batter.
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Old 11-24-2019, 09:09 PM   #22
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Ebelskiver's are great.
My daughter and I make them as a team when ever she is in town.
Its like a tradition.
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Old 11-25-2019, 12:36 AM   #23
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You guys are making me crazy. They are ębleskiver. I will accept aebleskiver as an alternative spelling for those who can't type an "ę". Ębleskive is the singular and ębleskiver is the plural.
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Old 11-25-2019, 07:33 AM   #24
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You guys are making me crazy. They are ębleskiver. I will accept aebleskiver as an alternative spelling for those who can't type an "ę". Ębleskive is the singular and ębleskiver is the plural.
Ebelskiver Ebelskiver Ebelskiver Ebelskiver Ebelskiver

Im the worst speller in the world, I was just copying what I saw. Looked good to me
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Old 11-25-2019, 09:35 AM   #25
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And as to pronunciation, here's how the syllables split up: ę-ble-ski-ve and ę-ble-ski-ver.
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Old 11-25-2019, 10:01 AM   #26
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You guys are making me crazy. They are ębleskiver. I will accept aebleskiver as an alternative spelling for those who can't type an "ę". Ębleskive is the singular and ębleskiver is the plural.
LOL well said and the accent is on??? the 'ski' ve??

nice, interesting thread GimmeAnother1
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Old 11-25-2019, 10:52 AM   #27
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LOL well said and the accent is on??? the 'ski' ve??

nice, interesting thread GimmeAnother1
I would say the accent is on the "ę".

Here, click the picture of the tiny microphone on this page: https://ordnet.dk/ddo/ordbog?query=%C3%A6bleskive
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Old 11-26-2019, 07:03 AM   #28
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must have run it 5 or 6 times. There is no accentuation in particular - they all seem to be said equally although I agree it does seem to be a little more on the first.

btw, mine shows a speaker rather than a microphone.

Do you have one of those pans? I remember seeing it talked about elsewhere and was thinking of getting one but it would only be used once or twice (if even that) per year.

I guess it could be used for making desserts as well, in which case I would use it more.... so I just might have to rethink that!

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must have run it 5 or 6 times. There is no accentuation in particular - they all seem to be said equally although I agree it does seem to be a little more on the first.

btw, mine shows a speaker rather than a microphone.

Do you have one of those pans? I remember seeing it talked about elsewhere and was thinking of getting one but it would only be used once or twice (if even that) per year.

I guess it could be used for making desserts as well, in which case I would use it more.... so I just might have to rethink that!

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D'oh! I meant speaker.

No, I don't have one of those pans. I have never made ębleskiver. I have eaten them in Denmark.

BTW, ębleskiver are a dessert or an accompaniment to coffee or tea, like pastries or coffee cake.
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Old 11-26-2019, 11:35 AM   #30
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BTW, ębleskiver are a dessert or an accompaniment to coffee or tea, like pastries or coffee cake.
oops, I think I actually knew that but somehow got breakfast pancakes in my head.

tarnation! does this mean I have to get one?
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Old 11-27-2019, 09:21 PM   #31
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sorry for the misspelling! they are great however. taste so good too.... :)
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Old 11-27-2019, 09:33 PM   #32
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french onion roast beef sandwich

french onion roast beef sandwich


ingredients: sliced roast beef, white onion, swiss cheese, beef broth, butter, rye bread


lessons learned: 1. do not cook the roast beef. keep cold on the side and add to prep at end of cooking. get sliced from deli at store. 2. onions cook first for awhile until translucent. 3. cook low and slow for bread so u don't burn it. use plenty of butter to lubricate pan.
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Old 11-27-2019, 09:40 PM   #33
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pina colada

pina colada


ingredients: pineapple, cream of coconut, unsweetened coconut milk, lime juice


lessons learned: 1. cut pineapple into 1 inch chunks and put in freezer for a bit first. u can use plastic freeze bag to hold them. 2. taste until to your liking as you mix.
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Old 11-27-2019, 10:04 PM   #34
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homemade ice cream

homemade ice cream


ingredients: whole milk, half/half, heavy cream, sugar, vanilla extract, salt, ice


lessons learned: 1. ice required to get the liquid cold enough on churning to solidify. 2. after churn i come out with about double what i put in for output. i.e. i put in 3 quarts liquid i get 6 quarts ice cream when done churning. 3. i use white mountain ice cream maker in this case.
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Old 11-27-2019, 10:20 PM   #35
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yogurt gateau sponge cake

yogurt gateau sponge cake


ingredients: eggs, sugar, oil, yogurt, mascarpone, cake flour, baking powder, lemon juice/zest, water, powdered sugar


lessons learned: 1. poke holes after baked and lemon drizzle.
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Old 12-07-2019, 07:02 PM   #36
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lemon curd pudding

lemon curd pudding


ingredients: powered sugar, butter, flow, baking powder, eggs, lemon, vanilla extract


lessons learned: 1. the pudding is like a soft bread consistency. 2. basically mix the curd with the bread when cooking. 3. extra curd can be used for anything lemon curd. tastes great as a bread spread. 4. tricky part of the steam heating eggs and lemon mix. kind of like a mix of doing a roux and melting choc. steam cook the egg/lemon mixture and stir until the right consistency. be careful not to over cook. 5. make sure you strain to get out eggs chunks.
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Old 12-07-2019, 07:30 PM   #37
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puerto rican surullito dessert

puerto rican surullito dessert


ingredients: cornmeal, sugar, butter, salt, water, powered sugar.


lessons learned: 1. wet your finger a little to work the dough into the finger shape. 2. cut slits after fried and lather with butter. 3. powder sugar them afterwards.
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Old 12-07-2019, 07:36 PM   #38
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Thank you for taking the time to share your dishes, Gimme. They all look great.
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Thank you for taking the time to share your dishes, Gimme. They all look great.

Thanks Cheryl! Enjoying the culinary journey.
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Old 12-16-2019, 03:24 AM   #40
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Madeleine Cookie

Madeleine Cookie


ingredients: eggs, sugar, flour, baking soda, unsalted butter, lemon zest


lessons learned: 1. great with milk or coffee. 2. batter rises a lot. fill tins about 1/3 and they will fill out (i filled my about 80-100% and u can see how oversized they are). 3. let batter sit overnight in fridge for best results. 4. try not to eat all in 1 sitting! :)


tastes like a lemon sponge cake with a crusty bottom. very cakey. dense on outside, fluffy on inside.
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