Sunday, March 25, 2007

Strawberry Noisella Crepe

Part of your amazing Sunday breakfast menu. Makes 1 serving. Takes less than 15 min.

ingredients
-2 generous tablespoons of flour
-2 tablespoons of sugar (optional)
-1 egg
-half a mug of milk. I think it measures to be a cup or so.
-cooking oil

filling
-strawberries (sliced)
-noisella (nutella, other chocolate sauce)


directions
1. mix first four items under ingredients together
2. heat up pan and add cooking oil to coat
3. pour mixture carefully into pan, swirl around to make the edges round, cook until there's no more liquid mix visible
4. use spatula to flip crepe and cook the other side (did you coat your pan with oil? If so, this shouldn't be too difficult)
5. Spread crepe on a plate and add filling
6. Fold in half if desired
7. Yum!


notes
1. you can probably use honey if you don't have any chocolate sauce.
2. Noisella needs heat to spread evenly, so I scouped out a glob and waited for the heat of the crepe to soften it. Then it was very easy to spread.
3. easy recipe, delicious results, impress your parents/friends!
4. Somewhat related is my mango crepe recipe. It's funny that no matter how many times I've made crepes, I still have days where I just don't get the proportions or they turn out crispy brown. Practices makes perfect though.
5. The reason sugar is optional is because the noisella will make your teeth rot by itself. However, if you love sweet things (I do!), you'd better put sugar in the crepe mix so the crepe itself is sweet, too. This is especially important if you end up not having any items to fill the crepe.
6. For presentation, add some strawberries to the side with mint leaves. (not pictured)

1 comment:

Wendy said...

I need help with mine! I couldn't get the flour to spread out and it turned out to be a globby mess :(

When are you free? We should have lunch/dinner again!