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  • n. puffy mildly sweet lemon-flavored egg mixture sprinkled with confectioners' sugar and served with jam or a wine or fruit sauce


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  • Jelly doughnuts may be called "Berliners" in other parts of Germany, but in Berlin itself, they're called pfannkuchen pancakes.

    Look Out, Germany

  • Fritters were called pfannkuchen, krapfen, and puffer in Germany and plinz in Austria. - News

  • It took me a day or two to pronounce it right, but my mother speaks German so I'd always ask for "pfannkuchen" for breakfast News

  • Although the eggs usually give pfannkuchen their texture, keep the pancake together, and work as a raising agent, they can be easily substituted. News

  • If you search the internet for pfannkuchen recipes, a lot of people who post their recipes of and give advice on pfannkuchen will tell you that vegan pfannkuchen are not possible. News

  • They have pot roast with potato pfannkuchen on Tuesdays, and we can split an order between us. "

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