We prepare all the ingredients. I have an old cast-iron frying pan D-18 cm. We heat the oven to t-220-230 C. I set the time to 20 minutes. 5 minutes to preheat the oven and 15 minutes to bake a pancake.
We make the dough. Whisk together eggs, sugar, cream( milk), flour, salt and a couple of drops of almond extract or vanilla. You can take vanilla or vanilla sugar.
The oven is hot. We put a frying pan with oil in it so that it warms up and the oil in it melts. We take it out.
Pour the dough into the pan and put it back in the oven.
The pancake is ready! We take it out of the oven. It will settle. You can see a crack in the center, it's a pancake that rose and burst.
We transfer it to a plate if desired. I'll put sour cream and a chopped banana on the pancake. I'll sprinkle everything on top with powdered sugar. Eat with whatever you want!
It is not difficult and very tasty. Something reminded me of a sweet omelet.
"Dutch baby" resembles a large Yorkshire pudding. The dough for it is thicker than for most pancakes and pancakes, and it does not contain baking powder, such as baking powder. The idea may have been derived from the German Pfannkuchen, but the modern recipe originated in the United States in the early 1900s. It is made from eggs, flour, sugar and milk, usually seasoned with vanilla and cinnamon, sometimes fruit is added. The basic dough includes a third of a cup of flour and a third of a cup of milk per egg. It is baked in a hot cast-iron or metal pan and falls off shortly after being removed from the oven. It is usually served with freshly squeezed lemon, butter and powdered sugar, fruit filling or syrup. It can be served for breakfast, brunch, lunch or as a dessert. Usually served immediately after removal from the oven. It is a signature dish of some American fast food restaurants and chains that specialize in breakfast dishes, such as The Original Pancake House based in Oregon or The Bickford's chain based in New England, which prepares "Dutch Crumb" and a similar pancake known as "Baby apple" with apple slices inside. (Wikipedia)