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French Crêpes

By: Jack Slobodian from jackslobodian.com
French Crêpes
French Crpes

"Crêpes originate from the region of Brittany in the Northwest of France, their consumption is now spread nationwide leading to "Le Jour des Crêpes" translated to "The Day of the Crêpes" which is held on the 2nd of February. The tradition is that if you catch a crêpe in a frying pan after tossing it in the air with your right hand while also holding a gold coin in your left hand you will become rich that year."

NotesWe recommend having all your topping ready before you start to making your crêpes.
Make the batter the night before for the best results

Makes12 Crêpes

Preparation Time5 min

Chilling Time30 min

Cooking Time20 min

Ingredients

  • 250 grams Plain Flour
  • 3 Eggs
  • 550 milliliters Milk
  • 60 grams Caster sugar
  • 1 teaspoon Vanilla essence
  • 55 grams Butter
  1. In a large mixing bowl add the flour, eggs, milk, sugar, vanilla essence and salt and using a whisk or electric mixer combine ingredients together until completely smooth. Leave to rest in the fridge for 30 minutes.

  2. Melt the butter in a frying pan (the one you will be using for crêpes) on a low heat and leave to cool for 2 minutes. Then add the melted butter to your crepe batter and mix well (do not clean the pan).

  3. Reheat the pan to medium heat. Each stove and pan is different your first crêpe will judging the ideal temperature of your pan. Whilst holding the pan pour in 1 ladle of batter, while tilting the pan to evenly distribute across the whole pan.

  4. Cook the first side for 45 to 60 seconds or until the edges of the crêpe starts to be golden brown, slide your flat spatula underneath and flip and cook the other side for 20-30 seconds. Place on a baking tray in a open oven on low heat. Repeat until all crêpes are cooked.

  5. The crêpes can be served immediately with your choice of toppings.

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Nothing says scrumptious and romantic like French crepes, huh? I thin this is the perfect brunch idea to pair with some fresh fruit and maybe a couple of slices of bacon. You can afford to go a little overboard if you are doing a lot of hiking or having a fantastic vacation.

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