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Lodge Logic® Cast Iron Aebleskiver Pan

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Make Danish "pancake balls" with included recipe or use for small muffins, biscuits or scones.
  • Make 7 at one time
  • 9"OD
  • 5-1/2 lb
Note: Lodge items do not have perfectly flat bottoms, so we cannot recommend them for use on glass top stoves.

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Customer Reviews of Lodge Logic® Cast Iron Aebleskiver Pan
Product Rating: 4.8 out of 5.0(4 reviews)
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- 1/24/2013
said: Anonymous User
"I bought this because it was one of the more long-lasting of the cast iron aebleskiver pans I've seen (wooden handles will not last as well to hand down through the generations) and because the metal loop on the bottom under the cups makes it look like it would be more stable and distribute heat better on an electric range. It works wonderfully. I've been having tons of fun with experimenting with various recipes, chocolate chips in the middle of a chocolate batter is my favorite so far. I use chopsticks, filling almost to the top and using the chopsticks to push the fillings into the middle (works better than filling half and then plopping the filling down and filling again in my experience). Even cream cheese fillings push well. Incidentally, in researching these pans I found that there are other foods from around the world that can be made. I'm not sure about escargot, the pans are shaped the same but they are copper, and I don't know if I want to tackle that one. But I've heard you can make Kanom Krok from Thailand (a coconut cake), Takoyaki from Japan (fish filled dough balls), hushpuppies, and Kofta from the Middle East and South Asia (a meatball). I pulled those out of the comments on Amazon, but haven't tried them yet."
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- 12/30/2011
said: Lynne
"We bought this ebelskiver pan and it works great. Even though it is pre-seasoned I did season it again. Here is a link to a youtube video on ebelskivers: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wrgglSlPGQw This video shows a young woman talking about her Danish great-grandparents and how their tradition was to make ebelskivers every Christmas Eve. She shows how to make them and shares their recipe. This recipe is very good and easy to make."
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- 2/5/2011
said: Christi
"I grew up in Denmark, and since moving to the U.S. I have been looking for a good quality Aebleskiver pan. This is by far the best quality pan I have found, and I couldn't believe the low price! Now, I can introduce my children to this traditional treat from my childhood! I haven't used the recipe that came with the pan, but I will definitely test it and see how it compares to my own recipes."
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- 3/5/2010
said: Mark Mobley
"Just got this today. It was carefully wrapped to avoid breakage in shipping. It's beautiful, and I already know it will serve well. Can't wait...P.S. don't know what Aebleskiver is but will try recipe you sent."
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