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Plättar are thin Swedish pancakes and is Scandinavian equivalent to the American pancakes. However, in Sweden, it’s a popular afternoon snack as well. We call it Mellanmål, literally translated, in between meals. As a kid I loved them. But we didn’t have a skillet used for that purpose. Which means I had to eat them whenever I was at a Swedish friend’s house. Since plättar, thin Swedish pancakes are indeed a very Scandinavian thing.

However, now I have one from Le Creuset, which I adore. It’s brilliant.

I usually make them either for breakfast or served after I make an artichoke soup. And I’m yet to find a kid who doesn’t love them as much as I do.

They are absolutely best served with freshly whipped cream and homemade strawberry jam. I strongly encourage you to give them a go!

[lt_recipe name=”Plättar” servings=”Makes about 30 plättar” prep_time=”15M” cook_time=”30M” total_time=”45M” difficulty=”Easy” summary=”Delicious fluffy thin Swedish pancakes, perfect for breakfast and as afternoon snacks. ” print=”yes” image=”https://www.carolinevass.se/wp-content/uploads/2017/12/IMG_0397.jpg” ingredients=”600 gr full-fat milk or plant-based milk;180 gr flour;2 eggs;0,5 tsp flaked salt;2 tsp vanilla powder;40 gr melted butter plus additional for frying” ]Melt the butter.;Mix flour, salt and vanilla in a mixing bowl. ;Add half of the milk and whisk quickly.;Add the egg and the rest of the milk. Make sure there are no lumps.;Add the melted butter and whisk it together. ;Leave it to rest for about 5-10 minutes.;Make sure that your skillet is well heated, otherwise, it’s going to stick and you won’t be able to flip them.;Add the batter to each pocket in the skillet and fry them for about 2 minutes on each side.;Serve with strawberry jam and whipped cream![/lt_recipe]

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