Swedish Pancakes

How ethereal can a pancake be? Swedish pancakes are a good answer to this question. They are more like crepes than pancakes: too thin to efficiently sever with the edge of a fork unless you fold one over on itself one or two times on the plate. They are eggy and cream-colored with a muffled buttermilk tang, webbed with a fine gold lace pattern from their brief term on a hot grill, and they glisten with butter. They are served not with syrup, but with lingonberries or lingonberry jam.

Restaurants With This Dish

Bogus Creek Cafe & Bakery

STOCKHOLM, WI

Dark round roll drenched with caramel and packed with nuts
Brandy’s Restaurant & Bakery

FLAGSTAFF, AZ

Millie’s Pancake Haus - Buttermilk Pancakes
Millie’s Pancake Haus

TUCSON, AZ

Chace’s Pancake Corral

BELLEVUE, WA

3 folded-over, paper-thin pancakes accompanied by a globe of pink lingonberry butter
Pancake Pantry

NASHVILLE, TN

Portage Bay Cafe

SEATTLE, WA

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