I have no idea if I should blog in Norwegian or English, I'd like to use English for my foreign friends, but I'm not that skilled in English food terminology. Will try still! These pancakes are made with Kesam, genius stuff, looks and behaves like sour cream, but it's really a kefir cheese called kvarg. You can use it for salad dressings, for taco, fajitas, and when you're baking too. I love the slight sour taste of these thick pancakes (lapper in Norwegian). Very simple to throw together, here's the recipe:
3 dl Kesam
5 tablespoons/ss flour
3 tbls/ss sugar
2 teapoons/ts baking soda/bakepulver
1 teaspoon/ts vanilla sugar/vaniljesukker
The Kesam goes into the bowl, together with the eggs, then the flour and then the rest. Mix it all together. I use two small frying pans, middle heat (don't be tempted to turn the heat up, it's really important to be patient in the beginning unless you like your pancakes black). A little butter in the pan and the pancakes won't stick. I use approx. one tablespoon stir pr. pancake. Fry on one side till they let go, then turn carefully and keep frying the other side till it's done.
I'm trying to live a little healthier, and this is a really good snack when I crave sweets. I keep them in the fridge and heat them in the microwave if I don't eat all of them at once. Taste brilliant with jam, cheese, sugar, honey; whatever you feel like.
Happy weekend, I have a scrap booking project going on, will share tomorrow!