Pannekaken - Norwegian Pancakes#SundayFunday

These Norwegian pancakes are thinner, lighter, delicate, and yet hearty. Pancakes are ideal for breakfast, for a brunch or a perfect sweet for dessert after a meal or savoury toppings and fillings for lunch boxes. Since I, was making this sweet, added vanilla extract.
Makes 8 pancakes used a 10" skillet
250ml Cup
2 Eggs
1 Cup All Purpose Flour
1½+- Cups Milk
¼ Teaspoon Salt
¼ Teaspoon Vanilla Extract
1 Tablespoon Caster Sugar
Butter for greasing the pan

Whisk the eggs, salt, sugar, milk until they turns frothy, now add the flour and whisk everything into a thin batter. Let this rest for 10 minutes.

Heat a greased non stick pan with butter on medium flame, spoon the batter and move the griddle to form a thin circle.

Cook on on low flame until they turns light golden in color from the bottom. Then flip and let is cook for a minute. Remove to a plate. Repeat with remaining batter.
Serve warm with powdered sugar, jam or Nutella.
These were great! Thin and tasty, not very sweet, perfect with sweet toppings or savory fillings! A must try recipe!
Labels: Pancake, Norwegian, Sunday Funday, Breakfast, Brunch, Savory
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  • Sneha's Recipe
    Sneha's Recipe

    Happy Home-maker and culinary enthusiast.


    1. Sneha, these look delicious. Thanks for the recipe.

    2. Gosh those look so delicate! Beautiful!

    3. Your pannekaken look lovely. I have made them before and they were very well received