Hey guys and welcome back to Discovering the Dish! This year i want to continue my plan of trying to make authentic international food. Still inspired from the trips I’ve made around the world, I will be creating dishes that either sound interesting to me or that I’ve had before in other countries and am trying to recreate.
For my blog this time, I made crepes inspired by France. I traveled to France a few years ago and had nutella crepes, so I was trying to make one that was as authentic as the one I had years ago. I started by whisking together 1 cup of all purpose flour and 2 eggs. I slowly added ½ cup of milk and a ½ cup of water stirring until combined. I then added a ¼ teaspoon salt and 2 tablespoons butter melted and beat the mixture until it was smooth.
I then started to cook them over medium high heat by pouring ¼ cup of the batter into a pan. I tilted the pan with a circular motion so that the batter coats the surface evenly. I cooked them for about about two minutes until the crepes were a light brown color. I loosened it with a spatula and flipped, then cooked on the other side and then removed from heat.
When the crepe base was done, I spread Nutella onto the crepe and cut bananas to put onto the crepe also.Then I folded the crepe and added cool whip on top then ate it.
The hardest part of making the crepes was the cooking of it because it was really easy to overcook them. Also tilting the pan so that the batter coated the pan evenly was difficult. I thought the crepes overall turned out really well and definitely would make again because they tasted really good and didn’t take that long to make. I have tried other crepe recipes before that included extra ingredients. See you next time on Discovering the Dish!