Dutch baby pancake

German Pancake, Bismarck, Dutch Puff, Hootenanny (German)

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Dutch baby is a large American popover baked in the oven, rather than being fried on both sides on the stove top, it is generally thicker than most pancakes, and it contains no chemical leavening ingredients, such as baking powder.

The idea of a Dutch baby pancake may have been derived from the German Pfannkuchen, but the current form originated in the US in the early 1900s.


Created Dec. 7, 2021 by: itisclaudio

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