How To Make Crepes
Unlike how delicate crepes look, they have very strong taste which is hard to forget. These delicate and easy to make pancakes are liked by everybody around the globe. Do you know how to make crepes? If have just shrugged saying a big no, then follow the easy directions and learn how to make crepes.
The best part about crepes is you can use all leftover food and other fillings and eat them in breakfast, lunch, supper or dinner. You can also eat them in your snack time. Another plus point is you can store crepes up to 3 days. Here directions on how to make crepes is given clearly so you can enjoy the best taste of crepes, however, you can try different fillings to enhance the flavors even more.
- 1 cup milk
- 2 tablespoon melted butter
- 4 eggs
- Salt to taste, a pinch of salt will do
- 1 teaspoon sugar
- 1 cup flour
How to make crepes
- For batter: Take a bowl and add eggs in it. Whisk it nicely so egg yolks and whites are combined. Whisk them with soft hand. Add pinch of salt and mix it. Start with half cup of flour and start whisking. Now add half cup of milk and keep whisking till the batter is consistent. Now add remaining portion of flour and then whisk. Then add milk and keep whisking. Repeat the process till the time full quantity flour and milk is added and a consistent batter is obtained. Now add sugar and butter. Keep whisking until a fine batter is made. Note that at this stage consistency will be quite thin and batter should be very smooth.
- For cooking crepes: Always use a non-stick pan to cook crepes. Heat the pan. Spray oil and spread it all over the pan. Pour down quarter a cup of the batter. Ensure you do not ladle more batter, which will result in thick crepes. Lift the crepe when it is settled and cooked from one side. Turn the crepes upside down to cook the other side. Just 30-40 seconds are required to cook the other side of crepes. Flip it and dish out.
Crepes are easy to make. You can use different kinds of servings with it. Classically it is served with butter and sugar filling. In addition to this, you can make fillings from chocolate, banana, seasonal fruits, nuts, and vegetables.