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Add a drizzle of oil, then wipe out the excess with kitchen paper. When the pan is hot, add enough batter to just cover the surface, swirling it and pouring any excess back into the bowl. The pancake should be as thin as possible. You can have Crepes (pancakes) bake using 16 ingredients and 7 steps. Here is how you cook that.
Ingredients of Crepes (pancakes) bake
- It’s of Pancake base recipe (savoury or sweet).
- You need 3 of eggs.
- You need 500 ml of milk (make it vegan by using alternative milk).
- You need 500 g of flour (plain flour ideally 00 type).
- You need of For bechamelle.
- It’s 100 g of flour.
- Prepare 100 g of butter.
- Prepare 1 l of milk.
- It’s of salt.
- It’s of nutmeg.
- Prepare of For the filling.
- You need of Ragú (bolognaise sauce) OR.
- It’s of Ham OR.
- Prepare of Mushrooms OR.
- It’s of Spinach.
- It’s of Parmesan (no matter which filling you chose).
Crêpes and pancakes are to some degree interchangeable – crêpe is the French word for a British pancake (not an American or Scotch pancake, both of which use raising agents for a thicker, fluffier outcome). Crêpe batter tends to be slightly richer than pancake, using whole milk or sometimes cream, plus melted butter and a little sugar. Put a tiny bit of butter (or vegan butter) to the bottom of the pan and make crepes a bit at the time in a non stick frying pan. You know that it's time to turn the crepes when the edges are peeling off from the pan as in the picture below.
Crepes (pancakes) bake instructions
- Start by making the crepes base. Mix eggs and milk together. Add the flour slowly (sift it if you want) in small batches until all mixed together. Mix well. Cover and leave in fridge for 30 min to make the lumps disappear..
- Meanwhile make the bechamelle: warm the milk on low heat (this helps to avoid lumps). in a pot put the butter and let it melt but not burn. Add the flour and leave it to make a lump which we call ‘roux’..
- Start to add the milk slowly so that you don’t create lumps. Make sure that you are on low heat. When you are almost done with the milk add salt and nutmeg too. We want the bechamelle to be very liquid as the further cooking will change the consistency. Leave on low heat for 10/15 minutes so that the flour is cooked..
- Revive the pancake mix by mixing it together with a spoon scraping well the bottom. Put a tiny bit of butter (or vegan butter) to the bottom of the pan and make crepes a bit at the time in a non stick frying pan. Double the pans for speed. You know that it’s time to turn the crepes when the edges are peeling off from the pan as in the picture below..
- In an oven proof dish, use some butter to lay the bottom so that it won’t stick. Lay the crepes and add the bechamelle, your filling and close the edges of the crepes.
- When you are done finish by covering the crepes with bechamelle, leftover of the filling and Parmesan. You can now cover and keep these in the fridge until you are ready to cook them or even freeze them..
- When ready cook in oven on 180 degrees for 15/20 min.
Practice your flip and try our easy vegan crepe recipe. For those who have never baked pancakes, it is necessary to pour a thin layer of the mixture over the surface of the pan. When one side is baked, turn and bake the other side with a plastic spatula. Place the pancakes on a plate. The pancake should be golden brown.