Mix to a pancake consistency. Transfer to a milk jar with lid for two reasons. First, you can store it easily in the fridge for up to 5 days, thus allowing anyone to make a spontaneous crempog. Second, it's a great container to pour from, into the pan, mess free.
I've decided to prepare my dish with what it goes best with, sausage and eggs. So, I have 4 nice bratwurst sausages from Germany. Slice up a medium onion, and sauté until nice and caramelly. Now, add your sausages and cook them up until cooked through.
To spare from dirtying another pan, I plate the sausage and onions on the serving plates, then fry up the egg quickly in the same pan, using the same juices. It's pretty amazing this way.
Once the crempog's are cooked, the sausage's and onion's are finished, and lastly the egg, put it all on the plate and enjoy every delicious bite!