we got some lovely fennel and yellow beats at the farmer's market and i wanted to roast it up with a large cornish hen we had. this is the result, and has been so far the best roast chicken/cornish hen i've made. feel free to use a chicken instead, or a larger bird, though you should probably scale the ingredients to accommodate. oven time will be longer too. you can purchase the dried lemon or sumac powder from sadaf.com.
based on a recipe from sunset’s breakfast & brunches cookbook. you will need an ebelskiver (aebleskiver or aebelskiver) pan to make this; we purchased our nordicware one at l.l. bean’s in freeport, maine. “the tender ball-shaped pancakes the danish call “
i picked up this recipe in a bonus book from taste of home. maxine hearney posted the recipe and said it had been in her family for 75 years. it is really delicious served warm with a scoop of vanilla ice cream.
do you decorate cakes? i did for a business many years ago. this is a recipe that a friend gave me a long time ago and i used it for many years. you will need to double this for a regular sized cake--one to frost it and one to decorate with. the consis
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