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Wednesday, September 15, 2010

Palacsintas


A few weeks ago we spent a week at Echo Lake with the hubby's family. I already blogged about how I loved taking turns cooking. Adam and Angeline made the most delicious Sweet Pork Tacos and Sam and Tiffany made amazing Palacsinta's for breakfast one morning. Sam served his mission in Hungary and brought back a love for Hungarian Pancakes (a crepe like pancake). They were absolutely divine and I couldn't understand why he hadn't shared this recipe before. Seriously people- everyone loves to be featured on my food blog. I think my favorite part about this recipe was the simple similarity to a crepe but filled with ingredients you would never think to pair together. It is absolutely heavenly.

Palacsinta
4 eggs
2 cups milk
3 tsp. sugar
2 cups sifted flour

Fill with:
scrambled eggs
mozzarella cheese
BBQ sauce

Mix eggs and milk thoroughly. Add sugar and flour slowly and mix until well blended. Pour 1/4 cup in the bottom of a well greased pan and slowly tilt pan in a circular motion to distribute the batter until it makes a round thin circle. Brown lightly on both sides.

Alternate fillings: nutella, pudding, fresh fruit, cream, jam, etc.

2 comments:

  1. I just wanted to let you know that I made a recipe adapted from your Colossal Crunch Chicken Fingers recipe and I mentioned and linked to you on my post. Hope that's ok with you! I really love all of your recipes :) Check out my post if you want,

    http://steaknpotatoeskindagurl.blogspot.com/2010/09/cornflake-crusted-chicken-fingers.html

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  2. We filled these with peanut butter and bananas and it was awesome!

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