I’ve used this recipe for years; in fact, it’s one of only a few that I have taped to the inside door of one of my kitchen cupboards for fast access. Crepes are quite popular in many European countries, and each one has their own variations, so the possibilities are endless! Sweet or savoury, side dish or main dish or dessert, these crepes will fit the bill!
100 gr. flour
1/4 tsp. salt
3 dl. milk
30 gr. oil (+ oil for the pan)
Blend until smooth; let the batter rest, room temperature and covered, about 30 minutes.
Fry with a minimum amount of oil (I usually use only a drop or two, spread around the pan), pouring batter as you turn the pan (holding it and tilting it around) just until it coats the bottom of the pan. Once it firms up, flip it over and fry until golden brown.
Slip the crepe onto a plate, covering it with another plate – this keeps them warm, and warms the plates, too! Add to the stack as you go – either directly onto the previous crepe, or separated with squares of baking (wax) paper.
Serve with whatever you choose – fresh fruits, jams, grated cheese, spiralized vegetables, meats… the sky is the limit! Enjoy!