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In this video, we learn how to make crepes. Light and fluffy, crepes can be used in so many different ways.
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How to Make Crepes
Today I’m going to teach you how to make crepes. This classic French dish will be simplified after watching this video.
Hi, I’m Caitlin with cooking with Caitlin and today we are at Cape Cod Bay Market. The great thing to put in all of your crepes is fresh Nutella. It’s a chocolate hazelnut spread with some fresh bananas and strawberries. Let’s get cooking and today I’m going to teach you a great substitute for bread in the later option. We’re going to make crepes.
For today’s recipe you need very specific ingredients because they all work for specific reasons. You need three tablespoons of butter melted, about a three quarters of cup of milk, I like to use SuperSense [ph]. That’s just personal preference, half a cup of water, full cup of flour and then two eggs.
The instructions for this recipe are preferably easy. You literally throw everything you have into the blender and just mix it. I like to use the egg first, that way with the liquid at the bottom it will help make the dry ingredients and then create one uniform. The next step in this recipe is all about your non stick pan. First you want to turn on about medium high heat just to get it warmed up and then you’ll turn it to medium low heat. But I like to do is dip the other part of the butter that I don’t use and keep it all intact, so and then just rub it.
The thing you want to look for with your non-stick skillet is to make sure that there is uniform heat coming out that way the entire crepe will cook all at once. Now, with your butter you want to do about a quarter cup or so depending on your pan size of course. Put it in original amount and then move it all around until the entire bottom is completely coated.
An essential tool I would recommend is a heat resistant spatula that way there’s no chance of any process getting into your crepes. This won’t take about a minute or so to cook. You can tell it’s time to flip when the size circling away from the pan a bit and it starts to get a glossy finish. If you can see any liquid standing in the middle then it isn’t already turned. This one is ready. Here we go. Here we go.
This will take about 30 seconds or so to cook on the other side and then it’s completely finished. Thank you for tuning in into this episode of Cooking with Caitlin. If you want to find out more things you can do with crepes including a great breakfast idea from friends, please check out CookingwithCaitlin.com.