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  Categories: Desserts
       Yield: 1 servings
       2 ea Eggs
     2/3 c  Sugar
     1/2 c  Butter
   1 3/4 c  Sifted all purpose flour
       1 ts Vanilla
   Beat eggs until light.  Add sugar slowly, beating
   until pale yellow. Melt butter and add slowly.  Stir
   in flour and vanilla until well blended.
     You will need a krumkake iron, which fits over a
   7-inch burner surface (gas or electric).  Always use
   moderate heat.
     For each baking period, the iron should be lightly
   rubbed at the beginning with unsalted butter, but
   after this initial greasing, nothing more is required.
   The batter needs a preliminary testing, as it is quite
   variable, depending on the condition of the flour, so
   do NOT add at once all the flour called for in the
   recipe.  Test the batter for consistency by baking 1
   teaspoonful first.  The iron is geared to use 1
   tablespoon of batter for each wafer, and it should
   spread easily over the whole surface but should not
   run over when pressed down.  If the batter is too
   thin, add more flour.  Should any batter drip over,
   lift the iron off its frame and cut off the excess
   batter with a knife run along the edge of the iron.
     Cook each wafer about 2 minutes on each side or
   until barely colored. As soon as you remove it from
   the iron, roll it on a wooden spoon handle or cone
   form, and, when cool, fill it.