Do you know Kaiserschmarrn?
I practically grew up with it because it was and still is one of my favorite dishes. It used to be one of the main dishes during what was sort of a summer camp and I loved it! It just reminds me of those carefree summer days.
So of course I strongly assumed that Kaiserschmarrn was a German dish. It is not at all. It originated in Austria. According to Wikipedia, it was Emperor Joseph’ 1st favorite dish.
But well, Austria is not that far from southern Germany. So it is and remains a “national” dish for me 😉.
For all those who do not know Kaiserschmarrn: it is a kind of pancake in pieces. Scrambled – you’d say. Mostly served with powdered sugar, apple sauce or vanilla sauce.
Wonderful, I just remember how we used to argue about vanilla sauce in summer camp. Everyone always wanted the most of it. Those were the times.
You no longer have to argue about vanilla sauce, but you have to make it yourself. But that’s ok.
What about you? All pans ready?
Kaiserschmarrn is an Austrian classic dish. I veganized it as I loveed it so much growing up! If you never heard of it, definitely give it a go! 🎉
- 150 g spelt flour – substitute with regular flour
- 1/2 tsp Baking Powder
- 1 tsp cinnamon
- 1 tbsp ground flaxseed
- 3 tbsp water
- 1 pinch of salt
- 130 g oat milk or any other plant-based milk
- 3 tbsp maple syrup
- 2 tbsp raisins
- 2 tbsp coconut oil
Bring water to a boil. Mix in a small bowl with the ground flaxseed, let it steep. This will be our egg replacement.
Melt the coconut oil in a large pan over medium heat. Put aside.
Mix the flour with baking powder, cinnamon and salt in a large mixing bowl.
Add maple syrup, oat milk, coconut oil and linseed mixture and stir with a whisk.
Heat the pan and add batter. Add the raisins and bake for 2 minutes over medium heat. Then turn and "cut" into small pieces with a spatula.
Spread on two plates and serve with icing sugar, apple sauce or vanilla sauce.
You've made this recipe? YAY 🎉
Don't forget to tag me @therawberry over on instagram if you remake this one. I'd love to see your recreations. 🎉
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Happy Cooking 🍴