A Family Favorite. Big enough for two, and goes well with Sunday morning paper and Coffee.
Preheat Oven to 425 Degrees. Place butter In 10-12 inch non-stick skillet and put in oven to melt.
Combine flour, milk, eggs, sugar, salt, and cinnamon (if desired) in bowl and whisk until fairly smooth and combined.
Remove skillet from oven and pour mixture into middle of melted butter. Immediately return skillet to oven. Bake approximately 18 minutes. Pancake will swell out of skillet into a large "bowl". Pancake is done when the top of the bowl turns dark and the bottom of the pancake in the skillet begins to turn a light shade of brown.
Remove pancake from oven and separate (if serving two people) onto two plates. Sprinkle confectioners sugar liberally onto halves. (I like to use strainer to evenly distribute sugar). Either squeeze fresh lemon juice (German way) or light pour maple syrup onto the pancake and immediately serve.
Recipe is courtesy of: Modified from recipe originally seen in Cooking Light
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Influences: From Meat & Potatoes Farm-Style (Thanks Mom), to Arizona/Sonora Mexican, and Gulf Coast Cajun
Location: Houston is Home Base, but I work and live extensively internationally too.
Favorite Piece of Cooking Equipment: Summer - Outside BBQ (saves on A/C costs) and Winter - Oven (Saves on Heating Costs) Hey I'm an Engineer. I can't help it.
Favorite Recipes: Most Holiday Cooking ... Thank Goodness it's only twice a year. Any grilled quality meat or fish on the BBQ. Baked Potato Soup from Houston's. Goode Company BBQ Sauce (how does he do it?) I can't come close, even with the recipe in hand.