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Re: I take this poll

by vagnerr (Prior)
on Jan 08, 2006 at 11:20 UTC ( #521806=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??

in reply to I take this poll

... with two eggs, 150 grams of flower, half a tablespoon of sugar, and a cup of milk. Stir until it stiffens, then place in a baking tray and put on the top shelf of the oven pre-heated to gas mark 8 for 40 minutes.

Remember that amateurs built Noah's Ark. Professionals built the Titanic.

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Re^2: I take this poll
by jhourcle (Prior) on Jan 09, 2006 at 13:08 UTC

    That looks to be a recipe for Pfannkuchen (what I've seen referred to in the US as 'dutch babies', a sort of german 'pancake' (closer in composition to yorkshire pudding). Any recommendation on temperature for those of who don't have a european standard gas oven?

      Erm, Well I kind of just made it all up rather than it being an actual recipe :-). I could of checked my cook book but was trying to be spontaneous :-).

      Although I think gas mark 8 is around 200 degrees centigrade.

      Hope this helps :-)

      Remember that amateurs built Noah's Ark. Professionals built the Titanic.

        Well, for those interested, even if it is completely off topic --

        If you're lazy like I am, and have the necessary gadgets -- place everything in a blender, give it a whirl, then let it sit for ~ 20 minutes (usually, I do this while I'm broiling a steak). Place the beef drippings (or oil), in a pan, and give it a few minutes to heat in the oven (~400F)... pull out the pan, dump in the batter, then put it back in the oven 'till it's golden.

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