Share a delectable tradition. Heavy-duty cast aluminum pan heats quickly and evenly to cook up to seven ebelskivers at a time.
Care: Hand wash
Dimensions: 9½" d
Material: Cast aluminum
Made in USA
Nordic Ware, founded in 1946, is a family-owned American manufacturer of kitchen products. From its home office in Minneapolis, Minnesota, Nordic Ware has been marketing an extensive line of quality cookware, bakeware, microwave and barbecue products for the past 60-plus years.
I bought this as a gift for my sister. It was our first time trying to make ebelskivers and they turned out great! This pan is nice & heavy and cooked very evenly. The nonstick coating made the ebelskivers easy to flip. My sister & I were very pleased with the quality. Ebelskivers are now a new favorite in our family thanks to this high quality pan!
I would like to know if this pan can be used on glass-ceramic cooktop.thank
A shopper on Dec 2, 2011
Best Answer:Share a delectable tradition. Heavy-duty cast aluminum pan heats quickly and evenly to cook up to seven ebelskivers at a time. Hand wash. Made in USA. 9_"" Diameter. You can use this pan on a glass-ceramic cooktop, I would just be careful not to drag it across the top to avoid damage
Hi - Will this pan work on an induction cooktop? Or is there another Ebelskiver pan that would? Thank you & Happy Holidays!
A shopper on Dec 17, 2012
Best Answer:Share a delectable tradition. Heavy-duty cast aluminum pan heats quickly and evenly to cook up to seven ebelskivers at a time. Hand wash. Made in USA. 9_"" . This item is not induction compatible as one of the requirements for this is that the bottom needs to be completely flat. An Ebelskiver pan will not have a flat bottom so it cannot be used on an induction cooktop. The other requirement for induction compatiblity is that the pan must be magnetic, so if a magnet sticks to the bottom of the pan and it is completely flat and smooth, it will work on an induction cooktop
I bought this pan, along with the wooden turner, from Sur La Table several years ago, and it came with a recipe. I still have the pan and the turner, but the recipe has disappeared. Any chance of getting it again?
Zowie, that's a lot more complex than I recall, but it sounds worth the effort. I read somewhere that apple filling isn't used much any more, but to my palate there's nothing better, So convention be darned. I'm going to try it. And thanks, Amanda.