8.25.2008

Dutch Babies

On one of the cousinly visits earlier this summer, my cousin's eldest child shared this recipe with us, which we have made numerous times since. Dandy is especially pleased to be able to make it.


Dutch Babies


Turn your over on to 400 and put in it a cast iron pot.

Into the pot, put:
2 T butter

In your blender, combine:
3 eggs
3/4 C milk
3/4 C flour
dash salt

When the butter is melted and butter, pour the batter in and set the timer for 20 minutes. Serve with powdered sugar and jam.

or,

saute some vegies and pour the batter over them.

or,

saute some vegies and after taking the Dutch Baby from the pot, it will fall in the center. Pour the sauteed vegies into the well and sprinkle grated cheese on top.

To learn more about Dutch Babies, visit the wikipedia entry.

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2 comments:

Kim from Hiraeth said...

Hi Suzanne!

Your recipes are always perfect. I try nearly every one (well, I still haven't tried the homemade yogurt, but I'm still thinking about it! I've never heard of a dutch baby but I am going to give this a try! I'll let you know how it goes. It looks like a lazy man's crepe.

Suzanne said...

Hi Kim,

Thanks so much for the encouragement. I didn't know anyone even tried my recipes - I post them cause I misplace them otherwise.

They are rather like a cream puff, in a savory sort of way. We love them.