Lay one warm pancake on a cookie sheet. Sprinkle generously with 1/2 cup cheese, bacon bits, chilli seeds, and paprika.
Cut the remaining six pancakes cut a 4” hole in the centre of them. Lay one pancake ring on top of the cheese covered pancake. Sprinkle generously over ring area only (not in the hole) with 1/2 cup cheese, bacon bits, chilli seeds, and paprika. Repeat until all seven pancakes have been stacked, do not top the top pancake just yet.
1/4 cup Milk
Salt and Pepper (to your desired taste)
until either rare or medium (any thing but well done as you will need the bacon to be flexible).
Pour eggs into the hollow pancake rings. Take a slice of your cooked bacon and drape it of the edge of the cake. Repeat all the way around the cake. Now top the last cup of cheese, chilli seeds, and paprika if you are using them.
Now to glue it together! Your cake should be holding together fairly well if your pancakes were kept warm but you've got to cook it in the oven for 5 minutes at 350f anyway so that your eggs and bacon will become fully cooked.
To Top it All Off
So now you have your dobosh, and it's smelling great but you want something a little more. But what do you top it with? I've put together a few suggestions below. I top you enjoy them!
1) Hot Sauce
3) Maple syrup
4) Cottage cheese (very Hungarian)
5) Sour cream (now your getting into more of a Ukrainian/Russian/possibly-Polish palate)
6) Plain yogurt (now your getting to the health conscious person's alternative to sour cream)
7) Your suggestion! Just leave it in the comments below and if I or other like it I'll add it to this list. ;)
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