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Tastes of Hawaii Recipe – Dutch Baby Breakfast Dish From Kauai’s Old Plantation Days

Week 25—Dutch Baby Breakfast Dish!

Dutch Baby Breakfast Recipe

  • ¼ cup butter
  • 3 eggs
  • ¾ cup milk
  • ¾ cup flour

Toppings (Optional):

  • Hawaiian jams
  • Jellies
  • Syrups or honey
  • Powdered sugar and lemon juice
  • Fresh or heated fruit

Directions

Preheat oven to 425 degrees. Melt butter in a 2-3 quart frying pan or shallow baking dish. Beat eggs for one minute (today you can use a food processor or blender), gradually adding milk and flour. Pour batter into hot buttered pan and bake for 20 to 25 minutes. Serve immediately with your choice of toppings. Makes 4 servings. This recipe doubles well using a 5 quart pan.

As mentioned in my first recipe blog, Hawaii is a wonderful mix of cultures and each of these peoples brought with them their customs and foods. The early plantation days saw these combining cultures creating foods that are unique only to Hawaii. We thank these early pioneers who planted and nurtured these plantation fields and created many of these amazing recipes.

Because we have this rich Hawaiian heritage, I started this running blog that features recipes with a Hawaiian flair. If you love collecting recipes, please check back so that you can collect your favorites.

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Marisa Kagan

January 14, 2012

One of these days you’ll have to treat us at the office with a “Taste of Hawaii Recipe.”

Marisa Kagan

January 14, 2012

One of these days you’ll have to treat us at the office with a “Taste of Hawaii Recipe.”

Lucy Adams, RS

May 27, 2012

It would be hard to choose which recipe is the best. Most of these recipes are from old cook books that are no longer in print!

Lucy Adams, RS

May 27, 2012

It would be hard to choose which recipe is the best. Most of these recipes are from old cook books that are no longer in print!

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