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Lately I keep seeing these Dutch Baby recipes and suddenly I find this one that looks like the perfect Sunday brunch food. Lo and behold this was excellent. Easy to make and delicious. Don't fret if it puffs "strangely" in areas such as the center. It will deflate and be perfectly flat in the center and puffy on the sides once you are done.
As is we'd give a 4 star but we know that it'll be a 5 just by adding mushrooms & red peppers. We've made Dutch Babies for years & most of the time use fresh fruit in them but hubby said this Dutch Baby recipe he thought was better & so we'll try that now with the fruit. He didn't use a blender to mix the batter. He did use a whisk which was enough. The batter rose very high & using a cast iron skillet instead of a Dutch Baby pan really gives a nice brown color. Very easy & quick. We also used our homemade Italian Sausage recipe from this website which I think is better than store bought.
Loved this recipe. We have enjoyed the Dutch Baby's on the swéet side in the past. Was looking for something more hardy and this filled the bill. I added 1 additional egg substituted some precooked ground beef with onions and added some bacon and seasoning. Also used Mozzarella rather than cheddar. Still turned out great.
Great recipe. Sprinkled with dried thyme instead of fresh since I didn t have any on hand. Baked for 18 minutes prior to putting toppings on and had huge peaks. Unfortunately the peaks collapsed when I was baking the toppings. Will try to bake longer before adding toppings next time.
Rating: 4 stars
Quick and easy. Good flavor. The only thing was when adding cheese it deflated.