I’ll preface this recipe by saying in case you’ve by no means made crepes, now could be the time to begin. I believe it’s among the finest recipes to grasp as a result of not solely are they enjoyable to make (my opinion) there are lots of totally different makes use of for these skinny pancakes.
I’ve a base recipe that I’ve discovered works nicely for a lot of totally different flour varieties however the very best factor you are able to do is take note of consistency. If the batter is just too thick, the crepe is just too thick. The crepe needs to be actually gentle and skinny. If the batter is just too skinny, it gained’t correctly prepare dinner/adhere to the pan for stable swirling. It would take a couple of tries nevertheless it’s value it.
So what are you able to do with a crepe? Nicely, for starters, you’ll be able to eat them such as you would pancakes (as within the recipe under). You’ll be able to fill them with something sweet (ice cream is my husband’s choice) or you’ll be able to load them up with greens (like here or on this GF version!) High them with an egg or a big wedge of cheese. I’ve additionally been identified to roll them up and pack them in my kids lunch.
1 pink pear
¼ cup butter
¼ cup maple syrup, divided
Every part Else
½ cup heavy cream
½ cup toasted crushed walnuts
- Make the crepes in response to the instructions. The flour swap is 1:1 with the primary objective reaching a batter consistency that’s on the skinny aspect however will not be so skinny that it looks like water. It ought to swirl across the pan with ease.
- Whereas making the crepes, quarter the pear and take away the core. Lower the pears into ¼” thick slices. Warmth a big pan and add the butter. Soften, then add the pears and prepare dinner for a pair minutes, simply to heat them. Add the maple syrup and proceed to prepare dinner till the pears are barely comfortable.
- Lastly, whip the cream (by hand or with a mixer) till the cream has thickened. Serve the crepes with a dollop of the cream, a couple of pears, among the maple butter, and a sprinkle of toasted walnuts.
Be at liberty to swap the pears for one more in-season fruit.