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Oven pancake with pork (Fläskpannkaka)
Oven pancake with pork (Fläskpannkaka)
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This is not a dessert or breakfast pancake, this is a main dish that is traditionally served with lingonberry jam (a non-sweet jam most probably to be found in a Scandinavian shop or at IKEA).

Ingredient List for 2-3 servings:
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2 medium Eggs
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150 gr Pork/bacon
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400 ml Milk
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132 gr Flour
Oven temperature:
225 degrees Celsius
Instructions:
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Start the oven on 225 degrees Celsius.
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Cut the bacon in small pieces.
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Butter a oven form approx 20cm X 30 cm.
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Put the bacon, or pork in the oven form.
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Whip gently the eggs in a bowl.
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Add the milk and stir. Then add the flour and whip until it is lump free.
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Pour the mixture over the bacon/pork in the oven form.
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Put the oven form in the middle of the oven for about 25-30 minutes.
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Take the oven pancake out from the oven and serve it warm, traditionally served with lingonberry jam.
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