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Deluxe 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.
Deluxe cast iron pan with wood handle: holes are 2.25" diameter and 1" deep. Weight 5.5 lbs. Overall length 16.5". Pan diameter 8.5" and height 1.75". Comfortable cool-touch wood handle. (Wood handle is removable if you want to season the pan in your oven.) Our favorite Aebleskiver pan!
Aebleskiver recipes included with pan. If you haven't yet experienced Aebleskiver... it's time to stop missing out!
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|Manufacturer Part Number||3115|
|Product Weight||5-1/2 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.
Put the pan on the stove top over moderate heat and remove when the oil begins to smoke.
Let pan cool and wipe off excess oil. Pan is ready for 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 Barbara L. in CA on 1/8/2017 - Verified BuyerThis little pan has started a new New Year's Day tradition in my family. Aebleskivers are both fun to make and delicious to eat. Everyone participated in their making! Be sure to prime the pan has directed and we used a canola oil spray to generously lubricate the pan... then you'll have no problem turning the skivers. Also, heat the pan thoroughly before adding batter.1 person found this review helpful. Did you?
By C.P. in NE on 4/13/2016 - Verified BuyerHeavy duty, and the wood handle is great. Makes wonderful aebleskivers!1 person found this review helpful. Did you?
By Brenda L. in OK on 4/9/2016 - Verified BuyerHonestly I bought this pan to make biscuits or cornbread with while camping, and I have a dome cast iron lid for a cover. I haven't used it yet for that purpose. I have made aebleskivers a couple times. Bought some knitting needles and the whole thing works pretty good. Oh, and I'm of Scandinavian descent, and wanted to play in the kitchen cooking like my ancestors. Very light. I ate the whole pan.1 person found this review helpful. Did you?
By Jon E. on 2/7/2016 - Verified BuyerThe pan is heavy cast iron and very good quality. The wood handle needs to be attached before use. Came with one recipe which makes great aebelskivers. I have tried a few varieties but my family prefers apple. I use canned apple pie filling and put about half a slice in each. My only complaint is an unpleasant odor from the bottom of the pan when heated. This has slowly faded with each use but made me nauseous the first time. Otherwise I love it. This is my first aebelskiver pan.1 person found this review helpful. Did you?
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