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filling....2-3 tart apples cut and diced fried in in small amount of butter and cooked until stender, add sugar to sweeten and a touch of cinnamon(your basic fried apples..) you can aso add a few raisins if you want...
my sister even has a apple skiver pan...NOT beachgirlaz....our middle sister...
we went on a sister trip to Solvang, Ca several years ago and every dang eatery (big or small) serves them, and they are tasty....so sister bought a pan, cast iron....she says it makes great skivers....lol
this sister is a gourmet cook, now when we were teenagers she cooked horrible....but she has made up for it now...
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Shelley, they are sooo good but I just don't make them often usually Christmas.. think it is because the stupid pan I have(was my gr gr grandmas's) must weigh 4 ton!!but oh man there is nothing like hot skivers!!!!
I read the recipe and thought this sounded really good! Then I saw it needed a special pan and I almost started to cry!!!! Can you use soemthing else? I'd really like to try them.
Jan a skiver pan really resembles a cast iron egg poaching pan (with the little egs cups?) I would think maybe you could try them with an egg paoching pan...or just try them without and see what happens...I have only ever had them from the skiver pan..(I laugh that this came over on the Mayflower! it is that old!)
google apple skiver pans.......i did..
My abelskiver pan has been sitting on my stove top with my best intentions to make some. Hmmmmm going to the store tomorrow, maybe I should get myself some buttermilk and make a batch. Your recipe looks interesting but I'm so used to the one I use.
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