Crepes Recipes

Crepes is the French term for very thinly baked pancakes. The dough is spread out thinly in a special crepes pan using a wooden dough rake. Crepes can be spread with jam or filled with quark, fruit or savoury ingredients. The best known are Crepe Suzette, which are flambéed with orange liqueur.

Asparagus with salmon crepes
Asparagus with salmon crepes For asparagus with salmon, first peel the asparagus and cut off the woody ends. Place the peel and end pieces in a tall asparagus pot and fill up with water. ...
Black Forest Cherry Crepe
Black Forest Cherry Crepe Black Forest Kirsch Crepe can be served as a dessert or as a coffee drink instead of cake. It is best to prepare the Kirsch Grütze for the filling in good time so that it has enough time to cool down. ...
crepes
Crepes are baked as thin as possible in a special crepes pan and sprinkled with a little sugar. For the crepes dough fill flour into a mixing bowl and stir with milk until smooth. ...
Crepes alla Croque Monsieur
Crepes alla Croque Monsieur For Crepes alla Croque Monsieur, pour 60 g flour into a bowl and mix with 0.1 litre milk. Stir in eggs and oil and season with salt. ...
Crepes ham rolls
Crepes ham rolls For the crepes ham rolls first bake all the crepes ready. Mix flour with milk and cream until smooth. ...
Crepes Orange
Crepes Orange are baked into small crepes and filled with bitter or sweet orange jam as desired. Unlike crepes suzette, they are not prepared with fresh oranges and flambéed. ...
Crepes Suzette
Crepes Suzette For Crepes Suzette use untreated oranges if possible. Mix the flour with the milk. ...
Crepes with almond liqueur
Crepes with almond liqueur Prepare a pancake dough for the crepes with almond liqueur made from flour, milk, eggs and oil. Season with a pinch of salt and sugar. ...
Crepes with apple compote and egg liqueur
Crepes with apple compote and egg liqueur taste cold as dessert or with coffee instead of cake. Mix flour with milk. ...

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