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    Posted: 06 October 2013 at 04:42
apple pannekoeken.
great for breakfast if you like sweet food in the morning.
this is my way . any advice or criticism is welcome .
i Peel and sliced apples . then fry them in a pan with brown sugar and cinnamon.
made a batter from 2 eggs, milk and vanilla  ..
when the sugar caramelized i add few drops of milk .
mixed all well.
add the batter ,mixed well .
cover for 5 minutes till you can see small bubbles through the butter .
put it under the broiler in the oven till got brown .
flip it over in a plate .
i did not add any whipped cream or sugar powder, 
it was sweet enough.


















 Enjoy 
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Yum!
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote Effigy Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 06 October 2013 at 12:29
Looks too delicious. Apple fritters are popular in this house, this looks like a grown up version, I tried to hide the iPad from my son while I was reading this - fail! So.....

I suggested he might like to follow your pictorial Ahron, should be interesting. Thanks for leaving that tiny bit of red skin, I was wondering what apples would be best, then I spotted the clue in picture one.
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it looks great to me ~ a really nice breakfast!
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote Hoser Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 08 October 2013 at 00:15
That's bringing back some nice memories Ahron...grandma used to make this dish, or one very similar but I believe she called it "pandowdy"

It's a dead ringer for what you just turned out here....very nice belly warming dish.Thumbs Up
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oh wow, that's a lot different than the pannekoeken I'm used to. I was expecting basically a crepe with apple filling. This looks like an excellent twist on it, and a lot less messy to boot!

I will definitely give that a shot one of these cool fall mornings!

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but I believe she called it "pandowdy"

Exactly what I was thinking, Dave.

It's also similar to a colonial New England style apple cake; which gets baked rather than fried. 
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Dang, that looks great!  I just posted a recipe for a simple apple pancake...while good...this is like that but on steroids!  

   Fantastic looking recipe!
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Ahron.

Can also work as a lovely side dish for a tenderloin pork roast or tenderloin filet of pork or Virginia Ham Roast ...

Lovely !!!

Thank you for posting.

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