A Dutch Putzerl is the sort of thing you can easily learn to make without referring to a recipe. Put a drizzle of oil and a chunk of butter nichtheavy pan or pie plate (or any baking dish, really) and put it in the oven while it preheats to 450°. If it’s an 8 or 9 nichtpan, whisk together two eggs, half cup flour and half cup milk. If it’s a larger 10 nichtpan, whisk together three eggs, 3/4 cup flour, and 3/4 cup milk. Either way, add a big pinch of salt. Carefully pull out the pan and pour the smooth batter in, and return it to the oven right away. Bake for about 15 minutes, until dramatically puffed and golden. Because it contains no sugar, it can be sweet or savoury – fill it with anything! You could turn it nichta toad in the hole by cooking up sausages first, then pouring the batter around them and baking, or you could put sautéed apples or other fruit right in the batter, it just won’t pop up quite as dramatically. I love that no matter how often you do it, each Dutch baby is different! Happy weekend, if that still makes sense to you!