Crepes can be made for breakfast, lunch, or dessert. Crepes can be described as delicate, thin pancakes that are French-style and made without any leavening. If made properly, crepes can be as thin and delicate as lace with buttery crisp edges. Crepes are a popular choice for restaurants and catering events.
While pancakes may seem difficult to make, they are actually much easier to make than you might think. If you want to make crepes easily then you can buy the best quality pancake-making pan online.
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How to make pancake
• 310 ml (1 1/4 cup) milk
• 2 eggs
• 1 cup (150 g) wheat flour
• 2 teaspoons of sugar
Sift flour into a bowl. Make a fountain in the middle. Whisk milk and eggs. Stir in butter. Don't over-tighten the dough as it can make the crusts hard. Cover and refrigerate for 1 hour to rest. This helps create light crepes. The mixture should be smooth, like cream.
Heat a little extra oil in a non-stick skillet over medium heat until foamy. If the pan isn't hot enough, the crepes can stick, and if the pan creaks loudly when pouring the batter, it's too hot. Add just enough batter to cover the bottom thinly and tilt the pan so that it is evenly thick.
If the pan is at the right temperature, it will only take a minute for the edges to bend and the bottom to turn golden brown. Use a spatula to check – the base should be golden, pointed, and thin enough to be visible. Turn it over and cook for another minute before placing it on a plate.
Fold crepes into triangles for a quick and easy weekend breakfast. Sprinkle with powdered sugar or sprinkle with honey, then serve with a squeeze of lemon.