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Thursday, July 2, 2009

Ga Gas Swedish Pan Cake

Ga Ga's Swedish Pan Cake

Sweet Hubby’s grandmother: Hildur Hendrickson (1900-2000)

This is the dish that Ga Ga always prepared if she knew there would be company, even if someone was just stopping by for a cup of coffee. Lingönberries are traditional,

but you can use raspberry preserves, fresh berries.

Ga Ga liked to make “Blueberry Soup”, which is syrup made with fresh blueberries.

Sure to please.






It's kind of like a custard.
Not at all a pancake.

Ga Ga’s Pan Cake in the oven. Tiffany says,

it’s one of her most favorite smells in the world.


Tiffany prepared almost 200 of these fruit skewers for the Y daycare program.
She brought the leftovers home and we devoured them.

Why is it I seem to always forget to snap a photo before anyone digs in?
Ga Ga's Swedish Pan Cake

4 eggs

4 Tbsp flour

4 Tbsp sugar

3 C milk

Dash salt

2 Tbsp butter

Cinnamon

Directions:

Preheat oven to 450°F

Beat eggs. Add sugar and flour. Beat. Beat in milk. Add salt. Melt butter in baking dish in preheated oven until bubbling and just starting to brown. Pour liquid mixture into dish. Sprinkle with cinnamon. Bake at 450°F 15-20 minutes (should puff up big). Lower temp to 350°F and continue baking until done (15-? minutes) until no liquid, like a custard. If starts to brown too fast, turn oven off & leave until done.

Serve with Lingönberries and whipped cream or Cool Whip. Yes, you should share.


1 comment:

crazydaisy said...

Mmmmmmm. It looks great!