Bhakhra made in an “Ebelskiver” pan. The dutch call these Poffertjes

Bhakhra made in an “Ebelskiver” pan. The dutch call these Poffertjes

I wandered around in the kitchen section of Costco almost unconsciously thinking I need better non-stick pans. My eyes rested on a wonderful box of Ebelskiver  pancake pan.
Somehow I thought this pan could make excellent Indain Parsi Bhakras. I bought the pan.

Rushed home and dug out the bhakhra recipe from my cookbook for #fiestafriday

I know Bhakhras are fried, so I added some good old ghee(clarified butter) to the pan and fried them on the stove in the Ebelskiver Pan.

Here is what I got, the dutch also call them Poffertjes.

Here is the recipe enjoy.

Ebelskiver

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From the Cookbook Author

Hope you enjoyed this, please feel free to share. Rita Jamshed Kapadia has authored "Parsi Cuisine The Manna of the 21st Century" and individual "Parsi Cuisine" series cookbooks with matched digital e-cookbooks.  Rita teaches and demos Indian Parsi Cuisine at Libraries, Museums in Boston, Massachusetts, USA. Rita's books are listed here on the website for ordering a signed copy directly within USA OR purchase from Amazon. Please go to the tab for "Cookbooks". http://www.ParsiCuisine.com/cookbooks    

7 thoughts on “Bhakhra made in an “Ebelskiver” pan. The dutch call these Poffertjes

  1. Now you’re talking – I have two of these pans; one is electric and the other goes on top of my stove. Thanks for experimenting and sharing your experience/pan/recipe with Fiesta Friday. Now I have to go back and get the recipe.

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