How Do You Make Traditional Dutch Pancakes?
Drie-in-de-pan, or “Three in a Pan,” is a traditional Dutch pancake that is made by frying 3 round pancakes in a pan. Eaten for breakfast, dessert or a snack this is comfort food at its very finest. Try you drei-in-de-pan the traditional way with raisins, currants and apples or make them with your choice of fruits and nuts. This is a quick and easy way to “Go Dutch”–and you don’t even have to foot the bill. Prepare the yeast per the instructions on the package and set aside. Heat milk in the microwave until it is just lukewarm. Sift the flour and salt into a medium sized mixing bowl. Add the prepared yeast to the flour and salt mixture and gradually mix in the lukewarm milk until the batter is smooth. Add raisins, currants and apples. This is optional according to your tastes. Cover the bowl with a damp towel and place in a warm area, either in a a pan of warm water or near a heater. Let the dough rise for about one hour until it is twice its original size. Once the batter has been si