Foodie Friday: Dutch Pancake Poffertje Recipe

Foodie Friday: Dutch Pancake Poffertje RecipeYour go-to pancake haunt just got some serious competition! Dutch poffertjes are the fluffy, sweet little morsels you’ve been waiting for. And best of all, with this recipe, you won’t have to trek to the Netherlands to properly indulge.  

Ingredients:
Original recipe makes 90-95 pancakes, or 5-6 serves.

  • 500g self-raising flour
  • 2 large eggs
  • 800ml milk
  • 1 tsp vanilla extract
  • a pinch of salt
  • olive oil for brushing the pan


Directions:

  • Sift flour in a large bowl. Combine milk, eggs and vanilla extract in a bowl and mix lightly. Add the wet mixture to the flour and beat well for 3-5 minutes till the batter is light and fluffy. Cover and stand batter for an hour.
  • Pour batter into a squeeze bottle [like the ones you get in the supermarket for sauce]. Place Poffertje pan on the cooktop at low-medium heat. Brush pan with a liberal dose of olive oil. When the oil is hot, squeeze the batter into each hole, filling it just below the rim. When bubbles start appearing in the batter, flip over each pancake gently in their holes with a butter knife. Cook this side for 2-3 minutes and slide the pancakes onto a plate.


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