Making Crepes

I have been delinquent in several of my "cooking" themed posts - I took the pictures, but never created the actual posts.

So today, a little bit of catch up - our favorite "pancake" - crepes.

The recipe - (I have it memorized now)

3 Eggs
1 1/4 C Milk
1/4 C Melted Butter
Pinch of salt
1 C flour

Beat eggs together, add milk and melted butter. Mix in salt. Whisk in the flour. The batter will be thin.

The Batter

Heat up a skillet pan and when it is hot, add a thin layer of oil.

Pour about 1/4C of the batter on to the skillet, picking up the skillet and rotating it to spread the batter around the bottom of the pan in a thin layer.

Cook until the top of batter looks dry. Then flip the crepe over:
Poured Out

Yes, nice and golden on top. Wait until the steam stops coming out of the crepe, and it should be done.
The Edge

Serve with jelly, jam or even ricotta cheese mixed with the jam.
Crepe Condiment

Or plain, with confectioner's sugar sprinkled on top. This is the way my daughter likes it.
Folded

Yummy! And easier to make than you think!
Eaten

puna  – (February 21, 2011 at 10:56 AM)  

Beautiful photos Shirley. I love crepes, one of the best things in life.

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