1 1/2 tablespoons of batter per large cup in the Lodge Pro pan shown above produces a beautiful "ball."
Click on the image and you'll be taken to one of the best aebleskiver pans we've ever used. Not only does it make great aebelskivers, the skivers are much easier to turn over during cooking.
Nutritional Information Per Skiver
Sodium Per Recipe: 401.3 mg
Sodium Per Skiver: 11.5 mg
Protein: 2.71 g Carbohydrate: 9.019 g
Protein: 2.737 g
Carbohydrate: 8.941 g
Dietary Fiber: .319 g
Total Fat: 3.023 g
Saturated Fat: .761 g
Monounsaturated Fat: 1.562 g
Polyunsaturated Fat: .336 g
Cholesterol: 37.3 mg
Trans Fatty Acids: 0 g
Total Omega-3 FA: .022 g
Total Omega-6 FA: 0 g
Potassium: 21.6 mg
Sodium: 20.2 mg
Vitamin K: 1.071 mcg
Makes Approximately 24
2-cups low sodium buttermilk (126 mg)
1 teaspoon grated lemon peel (trace)
3-large eggs, white separated (164.3 mg)
2-large egg yolks from above (16.3 mg)
2-cups all-purpose white unbleached flour (5 mg)
1¼ teaspoons cardamom (.45 mg)
2-teaspoons Ener-G Baking Powder (trace)
Set aebleskiver pan on burner at low, to preheat. When ready to cook, turn heat up to medium or just a bit higher. Either spray" each cup with oil or use a drop or two of extra virgin olive oil or expeller pressed canola oil.
Place buttermilk into medium size mixing bowl. Add grated lemon peel. Set aside.
Separate eggs, placing whites into smaller mixing bowl. Put two egg yolks in with milk. Beat egg whites with clean beaters at high speed until stiff or sponge like. Set aside.
Mix flour, Ener-G Baking Powder and cardamom with milk. Beat until smooth.
Turn heat up under aebleskiver pan.
Gently fold the egg whites into the batter until evenly distributed.
Oil or very light butter each of the skiver cups. (I use PAM olive oil*.) Between each cooking, spray oil into pan again.
Using a tablespoon or a 1/4 cup measuring cup, pour about 1 1/2 tablespoons of batter into each cup. Don't pour over the lip. This measure works with the
Lodge Pro-Logic Cast-Iron Aebleskiver Pan .
When skivers begin to bubble, turn over using two forks for balancing. Don't worry if you don't make a perfect turn, you can still save it. Your trying to get the uncooked batter into the bowl and the cooked portion over it in order to make a "ball."
Let cook for about a minute then roll skiver a bit to make sure you cook all of the batter. These are like round pancakses (but with a different texture and flavor), so they'll cook about like pancakes do. Once turned the cooking is quicker.
Serve hot with syrup or jam.
* Do not spray your Pam can over a stove with an open flame. Either turn the fire off or move the pan off to the side where the spray won't be ignited by the open flame.