Eggs, milk, flour, salt, butter or oil for the batter – jam, quark, nuts, poppy seeds or ice cream for the filling. Yes, exactly, I’m talking about “palatschinken“, a traditional Austrian sweet dish (similar to a pancake), which is sure to give your kids a “lovely feeling in their tummies”.
In times such as these, where shopping is just a necessity and not a fun, inspiring activity, I’ve been reminiscing with increasing frequency about traditional dishes, where only a few ingredients are required.
And lo and behold, I’ve acquired a taste for serving up different varieties of palatschinken. Two of which I’d like to show you.
Oh, how I loved it, when Grandma spoiled us after school with her quark palatschinken
If you happen to have any palatschinken left over – highly unlikely 🙂 – then you can cut them into thin strips and use as an additional to a consommé soup.
How do you like your palatschinken best? Why not send us a photo.
photo credits: Elisabeth Hartl