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All-Cast Aebleskiver Pan
Some consider Danish Aebleskivers a breakfast pancake; some a dessert pastry, but this much is for sure: As hard as Aebleskiver is to spell, they're even harder to stop eating! The flavorful dough can be fried with a piece of apple inserted in the center or served with apple sauce or apple butter — Aebleskivers take their name from their fondness for apples. Fruit jam's another time-honored topping. At Pleasant Hill Grain we have a weakness for Mapeline syrup on ours.
Cast iron pan with cast iron handle: holes are 2" diameter and .81" deep. Weighs 2.5 lbs. Overall length is 11.5". Pan diameter (across corners) is 8.6" and height 1". Traditional cast iron handle with comfortable curve.
Aebleskiver recipes included with pan. If you haven't yet experienced Aebleskiver... it's time to stop missing out!
“After very easy seasoning, the pan is a joy to use especially for smaller batches!”
– Paul M., AZ
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|Manufacturer Part Number||3114|
|Product Weight||2-1/2 lb.|
Use & Care
First, wash your new pan using hot, soapy water.
Season your cast iron pan before using by coating with vegetable oil (peanut, grapeseed or canola) over the inside surface up to the rim.
Place oiled pan upside down on baking sheet and bake oiled pan in the oven for approximately one hour at 350°F/175°C. Remove from oven and let cool. Wipe off excess oil. Pan is ready to use.
To clean, use very hot water and a scrubbing brush, then dry. If you use soap you will need to re-season the pan after washing it.
To store, spread a light coating of oil on inside surface of pan.
By Kevin B. in CA on 4/30/2016 - Verified BuyerI recently bought a 10 inch round cast iron skillet to make crepes and tortillas. Seasoning this pan, which came with one coat of seasoning already, was a breeze.
This aebelskiver pan does not have a flat bottom, it also has a lip around the surface which means that more care needs to be taken to prevent gobs of oil from becoming waxy when seasoning.
I haven't made pancake balls yet but I will update as soon as I do.
To season your pan the best method is to use edible flax oil - this becomes very slick and waxy compared to lard or other vegetable oils, it also smells pleasantly fishy (if that's a thing) with no acrid taste our aroma while cooking. Take a paper towel and tear it in two pieces, generously apply the oil to all the crevices, top, bottom, and handle, it's important to cover every surface to prevent oxidation of your pan. Due to the odd shapes there will be plenty of pooling or sections where more oil collects, take your clean paper towel potion and rub the oil in vigorously, this will help the iron and soak up most of the pooled oil.
Now the pan is coated evenly and rubbed, heat your oven to 325° f. It's ok to put your pan in while the oven is warming up, just add 5 minutes to the time. Place the pan upside down in a middle rack and bake at 325° f for 1 hour, turn off heat then let cool for 30 minutes or longer in the oven and remove pan to cool at room temperature.
Repeat this process 4 times as the pan comes as raw cat iron without seasoning.1 person found this review helpful. Did you?
By Roxanna K. in OR on 4/14/2019 - Verified BuyerI have not used it for cooking as yet - that will be the test if it is excellent or poor. The surfaces appear to be of good quality.Was this review helpful to you?
By Eugene A P. in MS on 11/16/2018 - Verified BuyerGreat product. I seasoned it, and it works perfectly. My grandchildren and my children loved the danish pancakes.Was this review helpful to you?
By Paul M. in AZ on 4/12/2016 - Verified BuyerAfter very easy seasoning, the pan is a joy to use especially for smaller batches!Was this review helpful to you?
By Arliss in CO on 4/11/2016 - Verified BuyerI had cooked with a friend that had a similar pan and decided to pick up one of my own. This pan is smaller than what I was used to, and the cups aren't as deep, resulting in a flatter aebleskiver. This also makes these a little more challenging to roll into a ball when filling the centers. With a little more practice I will get used to the shape of the pan. The cast iron option is great since you can put it in the oven, and it has more mass than other pans of this style. I wouldn't mind a thicker version of this pan to give it more mass and less hot spots. It's a great addition to the kitchen, I would definitely recommend it to others.Was this review helpful to you?
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