1 1/2 cup sugar
5 cups flour
5 cups soured milk
1/2 cup melted butter
1 tsp baking soda
1 tsp hartshorn salt
Mix eggs and sugar. Add soured milk and melted butter. Flour and the rest of the dry stuff are added little by little until you get a smooth batter. The batter should not be too thin. As you see how the batter handles in the frying pan you may need to adjust it with flour or soured milk. Fry on a greased hot frying pan. Turn when the top has dried. Should be light brown on both sides.
The "Svele" can be served in almost any way you want. Most common is with butter and sugar. Some like brown cheese. You can also eat it with butter and jam. With butter and honey you are very close to American breakfast pancakes.
Svele has different names in different areas of Norway. Some call it "Skjebladkake" and other call it "Lapper"