Danish: Rice pancakes..

Hey there!

Since I am lucky enough to have a great Danish grandmother, I get to share her secret recipes from Denmark with you.

This dish is called "Reispfannkuchen" ( German for rice pancakes ) and tastes heavenly.


~ 250g rice pudding
~ 1 l milk
~ a pinch of salt
~ zest of a lemon
~ 2 eggs
~ 2 tbs. of sugar
~ 2 tbs. of flour

~ any kind of berries (strawberries, raspberries,..)
~ 2 tbs. of sugar
~ vanilla bean
~ some corn starch mixed up with water

1. Bring the rice, milk and salt to a boil in a small pot; then turn it down to simmer. Leave it for approx. 30 mins.

2. Start preparing the berry sauce. Put the berries into another pot, add sugar, water and the vanilla bean.

3. Once the berries have dissolved, mix a tablespoon of corn starch with a bit of water. Whilst stirring add the mixture and stop once it has begun to thicken.

4. As soon as the rice has soaked up all of the milk, put the rice into a mixing bowl and add the other ingredients.

5. Put a pan on the stove (medium heat) and add a bit of butter or sunflower oil.

6. Form small "pancakes" in the pan and wait until the upside has dried slightly.

7. Then flip them around and wait another few minutes.

8. And finally arrange the pancakes with some raspberry sauce and - ENJOY!

Thank you for reading!

xx, Steph

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