wow, really this is so easy then the other tutoriols that i saw it, than you so mush #Allecipes
+Allrecipes What kind of flour exactly?
I'm not sure what I just made, but I'm scared to eat it
I used normal Oil and it tasted yummy
How much grams of flour?
can I put ketchup on my crape?
On my first try of this, I halfed the recipe to make crepes just for myself. It went great and it tasted delicious but I was expecting to have 6 crepes because that's the half of the full recipe on your website. I only used one egg instead of 3 eggs for the full recipe.On my second try, I used the whole recipe from the website to have 12 crepes and it failed. I dont know what happened but I had an omelette instead of crepes. And I also had a trouble flipping it unlike my first try.
i'm planning to open a small crepe stall..i already bought a double stove which is bought in China n it's not non stick..i practice to make crepes almost everyday n i did exactly like this video except i warm the milk with butter n whisk the eggs in separate bowl then mix them all together..still, my crepes have bubbles…i been practising for a month..
Nice demonstration, good recipe, but I wish you would please pronounce the word correctly in English, as it hurt my ears to hear you say "crape" when it should be pronounced "crep." Rhymes with strep, rep, prep. I understand the true French "r" in the back of the throat is too difficult for Americans, but "crep" is easy to say and shows respect and a little literacy. How do you say "faux pas," c'est la vie," "gauche," "blasé," "ennui," and hundreds of other French expressions that have passed into English usage? Like the French, that's how. Look them up if you're not sure. It used to be de rigueur for any modestly educated American to have a good supply of French words in their vocabulary. The French certainly make an enormous effort to learn English, please at least show a modicum of respect for this one word.
How many crepes does this recipe make
Thank you for this video. On my first try, I actually made crepes. My son even eat them for the first time. You hear about crepes but never think it would be so easy to make at home. Again, thank you for sharing and allowing me to learn something new.
Nice recipe! Just wanting to know are they suppose to taste a bit plain?
I need to make 17 creps and how much of everything do I need to make 17 creps
"gradually add the batter mixture" dumps it all in at once
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