Palatschinken 1

What better than a sweet Austrian recipe to end the week end on a grey and cold sunday night than comfort food?

Austrian deserts have always been my favorites (with French pastries of course) and a nice little treat to enjoy whilst having friends or family over in Munich or Austria.

If you’re French, you’re probably familiar with crèpes which is probably the closest thing to Palatschinken, but this recipe is slightly different. You better try it and see :) (Caution! This is not a healthy recipe! ;) )

WHAT YOU NEED (serves 2-3)

- 200 ml milk
- 100 g flour
- 1/2 tea spoons sugar
- 1 pinch of salt
- 2 eggs
-  Some oil for the pan


Mix all dry ingredients

Then, add the eggs and mix until you get a homogen liquid and let it on the side for 15 minutes

You’re now ready to cook your Palatschinken in a pan

Spread some preparation on the pan after melting a little bit of butter on it

Leave it until it’s slightly golden and then turn is around with a spatula and leave it until the second side gets a nice golden color

In the meantime, add some apricot marmalade on top of it and let it melt

Roll your Palatschinken and spread some icing sugar on top

Serve while still hot (If you’re preparing several ones, leave the already cooked ones without marmalade on a plate in the oven (50°C) while finishing the other ones)


Palatschinken 2

Palatschinken 3

(Credit: All photos Be. Get. See.)

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One comment

  1. Ca a l’air super bon! A essayer

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