Inviting two worlds for dinner

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Dilemma: we want some food from back home… but the fruits here are so good!

Solution: bring ’em together! wrap up the bestest most tasty fruits of Hawaii in your fresh-from-the-pan European crepe! Touch with a squirt of chocolate sunday syrup! Mmmmmm-MM!

These may not be the fancy European crêpes you’ve heard of, but they’re the ones we’ve grown up with — I’m sure they were invented during the dark ages when no one owned anything but a bit of flour, milk and an egg. They were poor, but happy! Anyway, the recipe’s pretty simple.

Because I was feeling a little patriotic i found one of the most Danish recipes for “pandekager” I know. They’re called Mor Klumps pandekager. They originate from the Danish cartoon about Rasmus Klump. In each story Rasmus Klump goes on an adventure with his friends and when the day is over they always come home to Rasmus’ mother’s famous pancakes. — Mor Klumps pandekager:

For the recipe in original Danish: —>

In English:

200 g of all-purpose flour

5 dl milk

3 eggs

1/4 tsp salt

1 tsp sugar

1 tbsp oil

50 g butter

Beat flour and milk. Then add eggs, salt, sugar and oil.

Cook in the melted butter on both sides!

Smaklig måltid!