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Sunday, December 20, 2009

Schmarren or Scrambled Pancakes

This is for Julie...Enjoy!

Kaisers Schmarren tanslates loosely to "Emperors Pain". Its name comes from the stories of how Franz Joseph, the Emperor of Austria-Hungary, would emit groans of pleasure when he ate this pancake like dish. Oooooooo, Ummmmmmmm, Ahhhhhhh! At any rate, it is a very good dish for a meatless Fridays. It is usually served with a side dish of fresh fruit or cooked fruit like plums, cherries or peaches. Apple sauce is great, too!


  1. Whisk together ingredients.
  2. Pour into a greased non-stick pan.
  3. Cook on stove top on medium heat.
  4. Stir periodically like you are scrambling eggs.
  5. Cook until cooked through and/or lightly browned.
  6. Serve with favorite syrup or honey.

1 comment:

  1. This is nearly my families Oyashman, which is what my great grandmother would make for her children in Germany. The main difference is instead of mixing in the oil you pour the batter into the hot oil and stir like scrambling eggs until done. It is our favorite breakfast food. :)