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Ebleskiver With smoked cheese and Pastrami

post #1 of 14
Thread Starter 

I know i know Ebleskiver is a sweet dish not savory

Ok bring the firing squad  AR15firing.gif

But if you forgive  me i will tell you how i did it and it was great and yummy.

 

First i fried  ½ an onion

With 2 cloves of garlic

And a 1 chilli from my wife’s garden

In to a bowl it goes

With

1 Tsp salt

1 egg

1 tsp baking powder

¾ cup milk

¼ tsp cumin

2 slices chopped pastrami

½ cup of smoked cheddar  cheese (i smoked it 2 weeks ago)

1 ½  oz  melted  butter

Mix well

Oil the Ebleskiver with olive oil spray

Medium heat

And follow the  photos

 

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Bon appetite

post #2 of 14
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Edited by SausageBoy - 3/10/12 at 10:23am
post #3 of 14

Very good! Is that a chuck eye steak?

post #4 of 14

Looks great Ahron...............drool.gif

 

Joe

post #5 of 14

Wow...That's a pretty creative way to go...We will have to Beat you up next time...hit.gif...JJ

post #6 of 14
Thread Starter 
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Originally Posted by SausageBoy View Post

Very nice looking dinner!!!
What chile pepper is that?


thanks , my wife says it is   african Birdseye
 

 



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Originally Posted by Pops6927 View Post

Very good! Is that a chuck eye steak?


Thanks . no   it is rib eye so they call it here
 

 



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Originally Posted by boykjo View Post

Looks great Ahron...............drool.gif

 

Joe


  Thanks Joe
 

 

post #7 of 14

That looks great Ahron - Nice pan too

post #8 of 14

Those are awesome!  I'm definitely borrowing your recipe for a try sometime.  Always interesting to see the variations on these.  My family spells them aebleskiver and we have always cooked them the "traditional" way I guess and had them on Christmas Eve.  With some chokecherry syrup...mmmmm.  Also always had an aebleskiver supper yearly at our church growing up.  My great grandparents actually started the church when they founded the Danish community that they immigrated to in western NE.  One of the pans I have, the best one by far, actually was my great grandfathers.  Very neat for me to see your post, lot's of memories...thanks for sharing.


Edited by Smokin PigSkins - 2/25/12 at 6:22pm
post #9 of 14

I have had tons of Aebelsiver growing up and even have a pan just like yours. But this is definately a new twist on an old favorite. Well done Ahron! This place gives me such great ideas....... icon14.gif icon14.gif

post #10 of 14
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Originally Posted by Chef JimmyJ View Post

Wow...That's a pretty creative way to go...We will have to Beat you up next time...hit.gif...JJ



JJ i was worried  but next time will dobiggrin.gif

Thanks

post #11 of 14
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Originally Posted by Scarbelly View Post

That looks great Ahron - Nice pan too


  Thanks  Gary 
 

 



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Originally Posted by Smokin PigSkins View Post

Those are awesome!  I'm definitely borrowing your recipe for a try sometime.  Always interesting to see the variations on these.  My family spells them aebleskiver and we have always cooked them the "traditional" way I guess and had them on Christmas Eve.  With some chokecherry syrup...mmmmm.  Also always had an aebleskiver supper yearly at our church growing up.  My great grandparents actually started the church when they founded the Danish community that they immigrated to in western NE.  One of the pans I have, the best one by far, actually was my great grandfathers.  Very neat for me to see your post, lot's of memories...thanks for sharing.


  Thanks for this lovely story. i will love some good old danish racipe ,we also love it sweet, i put 1/2 in the pan add some jam and add the outher 1/2 .
 

 



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Originally Posted by Smokeamotive View Post

I have had tons of Aebelsiver growing up and even have a pan just like yours. But this is definately a new twist on an old favorite. Well done Ahron! This place gives me such great ideas....... icon14.gif icon14.gif



Thanks

 

post #12 of 14

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post #13 of 14
They do look goods icon14.gif
post #14 of 14

Now that looks like a tasty plate. Love the pan.

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