This is the traditional recipe for Dutch pancakes (thin, large pancakes, mostly covered with a range of ingredients). This recipe is for about 4 or 5 pancakes, each with a diameter of 22 to 24 centimeters.
The key in making these kind of pancakes is knowing the right order of the ingredients. You can put almost anything on this pancake, but be careful when mixing sweet and savory stuff! It can ruin the taste! These are some ingredients that go great on the cake (not really ordered by sweet and savor but still ;-): cheese, bacon, ham, paprika, mushroom, apple, pineapple, banana, ice (on a natural pancake), brie, gorgonzola, rasins, cherries, onion, tomato, salami, minced meat, anything! Great combinations are ham, cheese, onion, but also ham, bacon,cheese, mushrooms, onions with a curry sauce. Great sweet pancakes are for example apple with cinnamon, and maybe with some apple ice cream. Also apple and rasins is a beloved combination.
But instead of making a pancake full of ingredients you can, of course, also make all natural pancakes. These are quickly to make, so its easier to make them for the entire family. The natural pancakes are mostly served with a special kind of syrup: stroop (but you can use normal sugar syrup as well) and icing sugar. To make natural pancakes skip Step 9, when making a covered pancake (with ingredients) skip Step 10.
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