Recipe: 10 long pancakes for the May 17 party

RECIPE: Nothing beats the long pancake when it needs to be cooked in larger quantities until May 17th.

– The classic is the chocolate cake with icing and coconut, which we all know well. But for a varied and mouth-watering cake table, it’s just as well with a few alternatives, explains Torunn Nordbø, general manager of the Information Office for Bread and Cereals in a statement.

She picked recipes for 10 great long pancakes that are guaranteed to have legs to walk on at a party on May 17.

Recipe: Long crepe with lemon and blueberries

Nothing beats the long pancake when it needs to be baked in larger quantities until May 17, says Torunn Nordbø of the Bread and Cereals Information Office.  For example, this long crepe with lemon and blueberries.  Photo: Bread and Cereals Information Office

Nothing beats the long pancake when it needs to be baked in larger quantities until May 17, says Torunn Nordbø of the Bread and Cereals Information Office. For example, this long crepe with lemon and blueberries. Photo: Bread and Cereals Information Office

1. Long crepe with lemon and blueberries

A fresh and juicy cake that one lights up among all the chocolate cakes on the cake table.

Recipe: Raisin and Spice Cake

Cake with raisins and spices.  Photo: Brodogkorn.no

Cake with raisins and spices. Photo: Brodogkorn.no

2. Raisin and spice cake

This cake is juicy and long-lasting, and with cinnamon, allspice, and kefir among the ingredients.

Recipe: Apple and pistachio cake

Apple and pistachio cake.  Photo: Brodogkorn.no

Apple and pistachio cake. Photo: Brodogkorn.no

3. Apple and pistachio cake

Quick to prepare and fresh to taste with cinnamon, walnuts and apple pieces among the ingredients.

Recipe: carrot cake

Carrot cake.  Photo: Brodogkorn.no

Carrot cake. Photo: Brodogkorn.no

4. Carrot cake

Everyone loves carrot cake! This has a delicious cream cheese frosting that goes well with the sweet cake.

Recipe: Mother Monsen

Mother Monsen.  Photo: Brodogkorn.no

Mother Monsen. Photo: Brodogkorn.no

5. Mother Monsen

Many people bake Mor Monsen for Christmas, but it is a cake that is just as suitable for the national holiday.

Recipe: Apple Spice Cake

Apple spice cake.  Photo: Brodogkorn.no

Apple spice cake. Photo: Brodogkorn.no

6. Apple spice cake

An easy-to-use long pancake with kefir that makes it extra juicy and long-lasting.

Recipe: Banana and pecan nut cake

Banana and pecan nut cake.  Photo: Brodogkorn.no

Banana and pecan nut cake. Photo: Brodogkorn.no

7. Banana Pecan Cake

Sweet bananas and crispy nuts in a wonderful combination of long pans.

Recipe: Fruit cake with figs, apricots and cranberries

Fruit cake with figs, apricots and cranberries.  Photo: Brodogkorn.no

Fruit cake with figs, apricots and cranberries. Photo: Brodogkorn.no

8. Fruit cake with figs, apricots and cranberries

This is perhaps the most for adults: A fruit cake with rum, raisins and dried fruits and almonds.

Recipe. Orange cake with marzipan

Orange cake with marzipan.  Photo: Brodogkorn.no

Orange cake with marzipan. Photo: Brodogkorn.no

9. Orange cake with marzipan

Orange juice and grated orange zest give this cake a wonderful tart taste. Marzipan gives the feeling of luxury.

Recipe: Brownies with caramels and marshmallows

Brownies with caramels and marshmallows.  Photo: Brodogkorn.no

Brownies with caramels and marshmallows. Photo: Brodogkorn.no

10. Toffee and Marshmallow Brownies

A disguised chocolate cake! A delicious long crepe with caramels, mini marshmallows and chocolate pieces that combine cake and candy in a tempting party cake.

Cooking tips for long pancakes

Long pancakes are often easy to make and easy to pull off.

– If you choose one of the less complicated recipes, even baking beginners will find it easy to make, says Torunn Nordbø.

She has the following general tips that may be helpful when you start cooking:

  • Room temperature eggs give an extra dose of airy eggs.
  • Cover the long mold with parchment paper if you want to be absolutely sure to unmold it easily.
  • Always use a strainer when you’re dry – not only to avoid lumps, but also to make the batter airy, light and nice for your long pancake.
  • Put the long crepe in the oven as soon as you have finished making the dough. If left on the bench too long, the air can leave the egg dose.
  • No coincidence! Baking cakes requires more precision than ordinary baking – so you’ll benefit from being precise and patient throughout the process.
  • Always check if the cake is finished with a cake stick. If it sticks, the long pancake should be left in the oven a little longer.

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