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Palacinki (Crepes)

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Ingredients (batch of approx 20 individual crepes):


Batter:
  • 500 grams of plain flour
  • 1 egg
  • 500 to 800 mls of skim milk (no exact measurement as you will need to rely on your own judgement)
Filling:
  • Nutella
  • Chopped bananas
  • Ground biscuits (Plasma)
  • Chopped walnuts (optional)
  • Whipped cream (on top)





Method:

1.
  Beat the egg in a mixing bowl then add the flour. Slowly stir and beat in the skim milk until the mixture is of a thin and creamy consistency. Tip: do not add too much milk as the mixture will become runny and stick to the pan.

2.  Spray a non-stick fry pan (or dip a napkin/cloth in cooking oil and smear over pan) and heat on stove over medium heat.

3. Depending on the size of the pan, use a ladle to pour the mixture into the pan, covering the entire surface. The ladle should be 3/4 full when using a small 20cm pan.

4. Heat the crepe for 30 to 50 seconds, or until light brown, then flip to the other side (I find using a knife is easiest).

5. Once both sides are cooked remove from heat and allow to cool. Tip: the crepe should be soft so do not over cook or it will be crunchy.

6. Smear Nutella, ground biscuits and walnuts over the entire crepe and layer a quarter or half of the crepe with chopped banana. If the crepe is large, fold over twice to form a triangle; or if small only fold over once.

7. Spray whipped cream over the top of the crepe, then decorate with chocolate sauce, icing sugar and strawberries.

Credit to my late father-in-law for this recipe xo


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