A classic from Austria. Today we present you a simple and quick recipe. This extra fluffy Kaisernschmarrn has addictive potential. Ideal for Sunday brunch or as a small dessert at dinner with friends.
Imperial fun fact about the Kaiserschmarren
What does this nonsense actually have to do with the Kaiser. The Kaiserschmarrn is a refined form of Schmarrn, a preparation made from pancakes or pancake dough (Austrian). The pimped pancake received its fitting name from his godfather, Emperor Franz Joseph I.
The new imperial form of pancakes was served for the first time to the Austrian Empress Elisabeth. Accidentally the pancake is said to have been torn and today's authentic form of Kaiserschmarrn was created. Empress Elisabeth did not want to eat the dish like this. The emperor, however, said "well then, give me this rubbish".
Recipe: Blitzkaiserschmarren with cranberries
For 4-6 people
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|80 g||dried cranberries|
|½ pc.||baking powder|
|20 g||liquid butter|
|Sugar, powdered sugar and cranberry jam|
- separate eggs. Whisk together the egg yolks, milk, vanilla sugar and butter.
- Mix the flour and baking powder and stir until you get a smooth batter. Stir in cranberries.
- Beat egg whites and fold in.
- Put some oil in a hot pan and pour in the batter. Turn the temperature down to medium heat. After about minutes, the dough should be mostly set. Be careful not to get too dark underneath.
- Put a few flakes of butter and some sugar on the dough and then turn it with two spatulas. The dough can also be halved in the pan for easier turning. Increase the heat a little and let the dough caramelize. Tear the dough into pieces with the spatula.
- Sprinkle with plenty of icing sugar and serve with cranberry jam
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