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Question about Dutch Baby Pancakes

Last post Mon, Apr 28 2014 8:32 PM by Gayla57. 4 replies.
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  • Sun, Apr 27 2014 8:28 PM

    Question about Dutch Baby Pancakes

     DH watched a cooking show with me the other day that was showing Dutch Babies.  She use a 10 inch enamelled cast iron skillet to make it.  My cast iron skillet is only six inches.  My 12 inch skillet will not go in the oven above 350 degrees because of the handle.  What can I use instead?

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  • Sun, Apr 27 2014 8:45 PM In reply to

    Re: Question about Dutch Baby Pancakes

     Divide your batter in half and only cook one at a time in the  smaller skillet.  I use regular cast iron to bake all the time.  Works well.  Dutch babies are a great change for dinner.

     You could also use a small roaster as long as it has a smooth bottom, and you grease it well. 

  • Mon, Apr 28 2014 10:13 AM In reply to

    Re: Question about Dutch Baby Pancakes

    Don't know what your recipe is but I use a round cake pan or a quich pan for ours. Sounds like our recipe may be smaller tho.
  • Mon, Apr 28 2014 12:10 PM In reply to

    Re: Question about Dutch Baby Pancakes

     Thanks to you both.  It doesn't HAVE to be an iron skillet so I can divide in half and use in my cake pans!

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  • Mon, Apr 28 2014 8:32 PM In reply to

    Re: Question about Dutch Baby Pancakes

    I use my big Lodge pans and we love them  it a great meal but my boys will eat them any time and they load them with the powder sugar and Maple syrup .

    Gayla57

    Officially Recognized Stretchpert in Frugal Food and Cooking and in Slow Cooker Foods



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