Today we have for you a recipe for a sweet pancake originally from the Austrian cuisine, the ‘Kaiserschmarrn’! France has ‘crepes’, America has ‘pancakes’ and Austria has ‘schmarrn’, a sweet kind of scrambled pancake with raisins. Wholemeal flour has our priority and today we will present you a wholemeal varietyand a vegan way to cook a Kaiserschmarrn. And for this recipe we decided to go completely without animal products. We can also confirm that it works and it tastes fantastically delicious! 🙂
Ingredients for the wholemeal austrian pancake ‘Kaiserschmarrn’
- 280 gr wholemeal flour (freshly ground with your Salzburg grain mill; preferably with spelt or wheat)
- 400 ml soy drink
- 180 ml sparkling mineral water
- 80 g sugar (or an alternative sweetener)
- 1 handful raisins
- 2 tablespoons vinegar
- 2 tablespoons baking powder
- 2 pinches salt
- Margarine or coconut oil for baking
- Applesauce, stewed plums or similar.
- Powdered sugar for sprinkling
Mix all ingredients together in a large bowl until a smooth batter is formed. In a frying pan, heat the margarine or oil. Now pour some batter of ‘Kaiserschmarrn’ into the pan just much as the bottom is covered or some little more. Bake the dough until the bottom part is cooked through and the top part also begins to firm up. It is best to cover the pan with a lid during baking.
Then divide the dough into four parts and turn them. As soon as the other side is baked, either divide the dough of the ‘Kaiserschmarrn’ into small pieces with a spatula or tear it apart with two forks. Serve your wholemeal sweet ‘Kaiserschmarrn’ with applesauce or stewed plums and sprinkle with powdered sugar and vanilla sugar. Enjoy it!
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1 thought on “Wholemeal flour sweet pancake ‘Kaiserschmarrn’ (vegan)”
I just made this one… Very good! Although making my plant milk is a hassle without your Vegan Star.
Regardless, I cannot get enough of various culture’s grain based foods. It’s always interesting to see the similarities and differences! I am a pro at pancakes and waffles, I will have to practice crepes and now Kaiserschmarrn.