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Krabbelurer
Krabbelurer
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These homemade small pancakes resemble something between American pancakes and a sponge cake. You can eat them warm or cold depending on the occasion. They taste good with jam and whip cream when they are newly made. You can also have them cold for a picnic.

Ingredient List for 6 servings:
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1,5 teaspoon Baking powder
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2 teaspoons Vanilla sugar
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100 gr Sugar
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2 Eggs
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150 ml Milk
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320 gr Flour
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4 tablespoons Margarine
Instructions:
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Stir the eggs and the sugar very fluffy and white with an electrical mixer.
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While still stirring with the electrical mixer pour in the flour, vanilla sugar and the baking powder in the batter.
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Continue stirring and add the milk bit by bit in the batter.
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Let the batter rest for fifteen minutes.
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Heat up a frying pan on middle heat and fry the Krabbelurer in some margarine. Fry them two by two in the frying pan until the surface becomes golden brown.
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