KitchenKatalog

Justin & Meredith Winokur's Kitchen Cooking Notebook

Sitemap · Our Recipe Book · Steven's Recipe Book · Ann's Recipe Book · All Tags · Copied Recipes
Random

 

Home > posts > 2014 > 03 > Dinner Crepes
Dinner Crepes Tuesday, March 04, 2014, 09:33 AM

/posts/2014/03/20140304_093319_dinner-crepes.md
/_id/20140304093300

20140305-093222.jpg

I made crepes again. This time, I went back to the recipe from Ratio (used 2014-02-17)that says to do a 2:2:1 of egg:liquid:flour. I split the liquid between water and unsweetened almond milk. I had 3 eggs for 144 grams so 72 grams of water, almond milk and flour. I made it in the morning and let it sit during the day

Unlike with the reuben crepes, at least a good number of these worked. The first one failed but I got 4 more. Then, they started to fail again. I do not know if I had the heat too high? Too low? (yes, could be either). Or if I started to overthink the volume of each crepe. Either way, between the failed dough and the working crepes, I had enough.

I filled them with oven-roasted deli chicken (1/2# total), lite swiss cheese (~4 slices total) and some "Power Green" mix of spinach, red & green chard, and baby bok choy. I did two with it raw and two with it sauted. I also added tomato.

You can also see in the picture the leftover sauted mix and some mix rolled into the chicken.

Overall, they were okay. I do like the crepes but I am not in a hurry to do them again. It's not that they are really a lot of work, its just that they aren't all that_worth_ the work. Or at least not for a standard week-night meal. The sauted veggies were okay, but the cooked spinach left the strange slimy feel in my mouth. I preferred the crepes with the raw greens since they were dryer and less slimy.

I figured out a trick that helped. I used a regular (bowl scraping) spatula to help lift them instead of the "flipper/turner" style. I think that worked pretty well.


This page was converted from Wordpress with a custom script by Justin Winokur. Most links and images should still work. However, if any links are broken, see the HTML (or Markdown) source to try to deduce the intended destination.

Original WP Post ID: 7549

Original WP Pub Date: 2014-03-04_093319


Outgoing: