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What else can you use an aebleskiver / golf ball / gem scone pan for?

ursy_ten | Mar 3, 201302:46 AM     11

I picked up a nice little cast iron gem scone pan at the flea market this morning. I've made my first batch of gem scones, and a batch of kanom krok...

I'm inspired by this slightly different way of cooking. Preheat the pan in the oven, prepare your batter, then pour the mixture in and hear it sizzle. It starts cooking before it's even back in the oven. I love this method with my cast iron skillets as well. It's so quick!

I'd like to make good use of my latest find. Can you think of any other ways I can use this new favourite toy of mine?

I did a search, couldn't find anything... but I'd be happy to be linked to any previous threads on a similar topic :)

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