Friday, September 11, 2009

F2: Dutch Babies

Welcome again to Friday's Feast. Today I'll be talking about making Dutch Babies. If you don't know what Friday's Feast is all about, please read the Friday's Feast page for a more detailed explanation. If you want to join in on the feast— be sure to leave a comment and include the URL to your post so I and others can know of your contribution. Also, if you want to see a particular topic— feel free to suggest it as well (I'm always looking for new inspirations).

Participants in this weeks Feast are as follows:

With inspirations from JC and Mrs. Mackinac

My wife loves these and likes to order them in a resturant if they are available. Since the resturant we usually order it from no longer carried it, we found a recipe for them by Julia Child and have been making it ourselves ever since.

Dutch Babies:
4 beaten egg yolks
2 T Cornstarch
1/4 C Lukewarm milk
1/4 C Lukewarm water
3/4 t Salt
1 T Sugar
Grated rind of 1 lemon
4-5 egg whites
2 T Butter
  1. Preheat the oven to 400°.
  2. Combine egg yolks, cornstarch, milk, water, salt, sugar and lemon rind together in a mixing bowl.
    The mixture from step 2.
  3. Beat the egg whites until stiff.
  4. Fold egg whites into the mixture from step 2.
    Folding the egg whites into the mixture.
  5. In an iron skillet, melt the butter.
  6. Pour the batter from step 4 into the skillet.
    The batter in the skillet.
  7. Once set, place the skillet into the oven for 5 minutes.
    The finished product fresh out of the oven.
  8. Serve with powdered sugar, lemon juice, or any jam or jelly you prefer.
  9. Enjoy.

Next weeks topic is Groceries.

Do you shop for groceries, or does someone shop for you? Are there particular grocery stores that you like to shop at? How do you maintain your grocery list? Paper or Plastic?

So… if you have anything that relates to this topic, be sure to leave a comment and include the URL so I can include you in next weeks feast. Even if you have already posted on this topic in the past— your links are always welcome.

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