pan identification

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  1. atlantis43

    atlantis43

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    IGNORE THIS RE-POST: I COULDN'T FIND MY ORIGINAL

    Can anyone help identify what this pan is called? It was obtained in a Hungarian provisions store, and it is for making a type of "doughnut", for which I lost the family recipe, which I'm trying to replace.

    Closest thing I can find online is an "Ebelskiver" pan, but it's not the same----- much shallower indentations on this one.

    As I remember the batter recipe, it included flour, yeast, egg, pinch of salt, and water (or maybe milk), which was then placed in the buttered recesses and fried on stove top.

    Any help appreciated.


     
    Last edited: Aug 25, 2015