German Pancake Soup
German Pancake Soup – Flädlesuppe, Frittatensuppe
The German Pancake Soup is called Flädlesuppe in Germany and Frittatensuppe in Austria. A beef broth topped with sliced pancakes. Serves about 6-8 people.
Ingredients for German Pancake Soup:
- 150 g (5.29 oz) of all purpose flour
- 200 ml (6.76 oz) of milk
- 3 eggs, XL
- 1 tablespoon of sparkling water
- 1 teaspoon of salt
- ½ teaspoon of black pepper
- ½ teaspoon of nutmeg
- 1.89 l (2 qt) of beef broth ( to make your own click the link here)
In a bowl mix milk, eggs, sparkling water, salt, black pepper and nutmeg using a whisk. Add the sifted flour to it and mix until smooth.
In a nonstick skillet, heat up the oil over medium-high heat. Use a ladle to add the batter to the skillet. Swirl the pan to form a pancake. Fry about three minutes until the pancake has browned. Flip the pancake and continue until the other side has browned. Place the pancakes on a plate.
Roll the pancakes and cut into strips about 5 mm wide. Heat up the broth, add the pancakes and sprinkle some spring onions to the broth.
You also could use the pancakes to top Oma’s homemade Beef Soup or Oma’s Beef Broth. To try the German Bone Marrow Dumplings click here and the German Liver Dumplings recipe click here.