How To Care For And Season A Cast Iron Ebelskiver

Cooking-Tips If you own or are considering purchasing a cast iron Ebelskiver Pan, than the first question you may have is how to season and take care of your new cast iron Ebelskiver Pan. An Ebelskiver Pan designed to cook stuffed pancakes in oil in the seven deep wells or holes at extremely high temperatures. Ebelskiver Pans are made with cast iron or in a cast aluminum material; however, since the aluminum pans .e with a non-stick surface, they do not need to be treated or seasoned like the cast iron pan will need to be. After purchasing and receiving your cast iron Ebelskiver Pan, you will want to wipe it with a clean, damp cloth to remove any loose contaminants or particles. Make sure your cast iron pan is good and dry before coating the pan .pletely with a thin layer of oil. Heat your Ebelskiver Pan on an electric or gas stove until very hot. I want to mention here as a safety note; due to its weight it is not re.mended to use a cast iron pan on a glass top cook surface. Plus it gets too hot to be safe to a glass top surface. After heating your new cast iron Ebelskiver Pan to a high temperature but just shy of your oil smoking, remove from the stove and set aside to cool. When cool enough to touch, wipe your Ebelskiver Pan with a clean, dry cloth or paper towels to remove the excess oil. To season a cast iron pan properly, it is re.mended to repeat this oiling step several more times so the pan is pretty well saturated and is not the cast iron is not looking dry. As you use your Ebelskiver Pan to make the delicious stuffed pancakes, the pan will continue to season itself. A good cast iron pan is one that has been used over and over again. When cared for properly, a cast iron pan will last for many years. Ebelskiver pancakes taste the best when cooked in a cast iron pan. I myself have had our cast iron Ebelskiver Pan for about 25 years and it cooks better and better with age. It is a special treat when I pull out that seasoned cast iron pan to make Ebelskivers. Now for those who are reading this and asking What is an Ebelskiver? well they are just about the tastiest stuffed pancakes you could make. I use a buttermilk recipe that we have had in the family for as long as the cast iron pan. The secret to the fluffy inside and crispy outside of these stuffed pancakes is separating the eggs and whipping the egg whites to fold into the batter just before frying. This stuffed pancake is a Danish style pancake that is a sphere; therefore, the need for an Ebelskiver Pan. Once the Ebelskivers are cooked, remove to a plate of powdered sugar, roll to coat .plete pancake and serve with fresh berries or homemade jam. Our favorite topping is strawberries. About the Author: 相关的主题文章: