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Norpro 3114 Deluxe Danish Aebleskiver Cast Iron Pan - Makes 7 Filled Pastries

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Norpro 3114 Deluxe Danish Aebleskiver Cast Iron Pan - Makes 7 Filled Pastries


Norpro Danish Aebleskiver Pan Cast Iron

It's easy to make your own aebleskiver (Danish filled pancake puffs) with this  aebleskiver pan! If you can make pancakes, Cast iron bakes crispy, golden "pancake balls" 

Product Features

  • Thick base for Even heat distribution and superior heat retention
  • Heavy-Duty cast iron
  • Pan and Handle is 11.5 inches long. Pan is 7.5-Inch x 6.5-inch, Pan is 1.25-inches high
  • There are 7 Danish Aebleskiver cavities and are 2." diameter x 1"deep
  • Pan includes directions and recipes. Works on all stove tops
  • Make traditional Danish filled pancakes with this sturdy cast pan from Norpro. Measuring 7-1/2 x 6-1/2 inches in diameter, the pan will fit on one burner and makes up to 7 pancakes at once. The cast iron pan will need to be seasoned before use, but once the pan is properly prepared, it develops a virtually stick-free surface. Instructions for seasoning and usage are included, along with a traditional Aebleskiver recipe.

     Cast Iron Care:

    First, wash your new pan using hot, soapy water.

    Season your cast iron pan before using by coating with vegetable oil (peanut, grapeseed or canola) over the inside surface up to the rim.

    Bake oiled pan in the oven for approximately one hour at 350°F/175°C. Remove from oven and let cool. Wipe off excess oil. Pan is ready to use.

    To clean use very hot water and a scrubbing brush, then dry. If you use soap you will need to re-season the pan after washing it.

    To store spread a light coating of oil on inside surface of pan.

    Here are some tips found online:

    There are a number of things thatyou may or may not be doing that is causing the problem, so any of thefollowing "solutions" may fix it for you. I am basing this on"burn" and "stick".

    1.  Make sureyou've seasoned your cast iron. Oil it, bake it in the oven, let it cool. Itwill improve over a period of time.

    2.  Oil the panevery time you use it.

    3.  If your recipedoesn't have any added oil or butter in it, try adding some oil (Tablespoon orso) to the mix. This would be the difference between pancakes and waffles...itwill result in a little crispier exterior and less of a tendency to stick.

    4.  Turn down theheat. If you are burning your ebelskiver you have the pan too hot. You want thepan to reach and hold 350-375 F. Again, think pancakes. A drop of water on acast iron griddle should dance for pancakes not spit and immediately evaporate.You want the same setup.

    5.  Don't use soapand water to clean the pan. I am assuming you know this, but for the sake ofcompleteness I include it. You don't want to remove the seasoning layer on thepan.

    6.  Oil the panwhen you finish, before you put it away.

    4 is probably the most important,since burning will mess up the oily patina you are trying to build up on yourpan. The others will all help. As I noted in 1, your pan will improve over aperiod of time as the surface seasoning improves.

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    Norpro 3114 Deluxe Danish Aebleskiver Cast Iron Pan - Makes 7 Filled Pastries
    Norpro 3114 Deluxe Danish Aebleskiver Cast Iron Pan - Makes 7 Filled Pastries