“I'm Chinese, born in Hong Kong; and my husband is Scottish-German, born in Buffalo, New York. Our house is full of wonderful traditions, spanning from red envelopes during Chinese New Year to a Christmas tree adorned with over 100 German Old World glass ornaments. On Sunday mornings, making German Oven Pancakes is our family tradition that the kids love to help with. They'll get busy sifting the flour and whisking the eggs while I cut the fresh fruit. It's always fun to cook together as a family every weekend!” -Crack eggs in a separate bowl to make sure egg is okay, and you do not get any shell into the rest of your mixture
-Sifting flour can be a fun family activity, if you do not have a flour sifter, a fine mesh strainer/sieve can be used to sift flour.
-This pancake is dense, yet very tender versus traditional pancakes it's more “eggy” than traditional pancakes – much more “hearty.”
-You can top with syrup, honey, cinnamon/sugar, pie filling, etc.