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Title :How to Make Crepes - Easy Crepe Recipe
Video ID :SpSrBGnjurA
Duration :00:06:53
Viewed :1,413,734x
Published :22 March 2017
Source :Youtube

In this episode of In the Kitchen with Matt, I will show you how to make crepes. With this easy crepe recipe you will be making crepes in no time. What is your favorite way to eat crepes? Sweet? Savory? There are so many possible ways to eat crepes. Join me as I show you how to make them, if I can do it, you can do it! Let's get started!

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2 eggs
1 1/2 cups of milk (2%, 1%, Whole) (355ml)
1 tsp. of canola or vegetable oil (or one Tbsp. of butter, melted) (5ml)
1 cup of all-purpose flour (120g)
1/4 tsp. of salt (or 3/4 tsp. for savory) (5.5g)
1 tsp. vanilla extract (for sweet) (5ml)
1 Tbsp. of granulated sugar (for sweet)(12.5g)

This recipe makes 6 to 8 crepes depending on the size. Cook at Medium to Medium Hi heat on your stovetop - 350 to 375 F.

nonstick skillet or crepe pan:
Crepe Making kit (optional):
Hand mixer or Blender

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Transcript: (partial)

Hello and welcome back to in the kitchen with Matt. I am your host Matt Taylor. Today I am going to show you how to make crepes, or the French pronunciation I believe is crepe. I had a request to make a video on crepes, so here we go. Crepes are really easy to do, if I can do it, you can do it. Let’s get started. First some people like to do this in a blender, so I have a blender here, but I am going to do this with a hand mixer, you can use a stand mixer if you want, or you can use a whisk. But uh, let’s first start off with 2 eggs, 1 and 1 half cups of milk, this is 2 percent milk, but you can use 1 percent, or whole milk, if you like, 1 tsp. of oil this is canola oil, or you can use vegetable oil. Also some people like to substitute the oil with butter, take like a tablespoon of butter and melt it, and put it in there. All right I am going to blend this together well. And now I am going to add 1 cup of all-purpose flour, and 1 fourth tsp. of salt. And that is the base batter for crepes. If you are going to make a sweet crepe what I like to do, is I like to add 1 tsp. of vanilla extract, and one tablespoon of granulated sugar. If you are making a savory crepe, leave out the vanilla extract, leave out the sugar, and add an extra half tsp. of salt. Mix this together. There we go. Now if for some reason it is pretty lumpy and you can’t get the lumps out, you can throw this through a strainer. Now some people will chill this for about an hour in the refrigerator, I don’t do that, I don’t find it necessary, but you certainly can if you are having trouble with your batter. And now this batter is ready to go. All right I am going to turn the heat on the stove between medium and medium high. Now I just have an 8 inch non-stick skillet here, they do have a crepe skillet that you can buy, I will put a link down below if you want to get one of those, or they also have these little crepe making kits that you can get that are pretty cool, I will put a link down below in the description for those as well. Now once our pan is getting heated up, I am also going to take a little bit of butter, not a whole lot, and we will put it in the pan. I have ladle here and it holds about a quarter cup of batter, if you don’t have a ladle like this you can just use a quarter cup if you want, but this works really nicely. And then what I do is I am going to come in here and grab some batter, and I am going to pour the pan, or tilt the pan, lift it off the heat, tilt it up, and just go in here and pour this in here, and then tilt the pan, like that. Put it back on the heat, and then this is going to take oh about a minute, minute and a half, on this side. What we want it to do is we want it to get nice and dry on the top.

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