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Rita Christiansen, Martha's sister-in-law, serves her family's traditional Swedish pancakes with maple syrup, cloudberry jam, or lingonberry jam. Swedish-pancake pans are available at specialty kitchen-supply stores.

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  • sandimac2
    27 NOV, 2012
    They are called Swedish pancakes because they come from someone of Swedish heritage, who brought the recipe from Sweden (and I can vouch for this recipe because it's identical to my FarMor's with the exception of the vanilla).
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  • Kjetil
    8 JUL, 2008
    Why calling it Swedish pancakes, when they actually are Norwegian pancakes. regards a norwegian relative
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