Saturday, January 30, 2010

How to make crepe*






This is really quite easy to make. I decided the best things in life are the one's that are shared. So, 'thaaggeng thaagga uthum thaaggai kiyala', I decided to make a post of it it.

Ingredients -

2 eggs
1 cup of flour (piti)
1/2 cup of water
1/2 cup of milk
2 tablespoons of butter melted (it's important that it's liquidified!)
Pinch of salt

Inside the crepe, once it's made -
Banana
Nutella/ Kandos Milk chocolate spread (available at supermarkets, habai tikak ganang i think) or chocolate melted would be fine too
Chocolate syrup
Whip cream (there's an anchor cream in the supermarket and you can blend this, add a bit of vanilla to it)

1 Pan
Bowl to mix everything in
Whisk
Knife to cut banana's

How to make -

Simple! Just mix all the ingredients and put it on a pan on very low heat. Make sure you make it as thin as possible. It's kind of like sri lankan pancakes really :)

Once the crepe is made, put the banana's, whip cream and chocolate melted/ nutella inside and wrap it up like in the pic above. Decorate with chocolate syrup or anything else you have around. I also tried sweetened coconut and brown sugar mix inside, it was exactly like Sri Lankan pancakes.

Try it!! It's so easy and a wonderful dessert/ kind of food, depending on what you decide to put in it. I love how flexible this is :)

Enjoy!


8 comments:

  1. තෑග්ග තවත් උතුම් වෙනව අපිටත් කන්න දුන්නනං! lol ;)

    it looks delicious! :D

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  2. ah, you type in sinhala! i am too lazy to try..i like the singlish way of typing ;)

    try it!!

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  3. I type in Singlish too, using qsFOX... but I do plan to learn Wijesekara sooner or later! :D

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    මාත් හදන්න ඕනේ.. ලේසියි වගේනේ..

    චෝයි නගා.. තව මොනවා හරි, හදන හැටි කියලා දෙන්නකෝ...

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  5. Ah aiye!..this is really quite easy and doesn't take that long. Enjoy!

    :)

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  6. isn't there some sort of folding the batter thingy involved? i can remember doing that when making pancakes

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