1 c sourdough
2 Tbsp melted butter
1/4 tsp salt
1/4 to 1/2 c milk
Beat all ingredients together, adding enough milk to have a thin batter. Heat the frying pan, add some butter and pour in 1/4 c of batter.
Now comes the tricky part. You are to use a pan between 8" and 10" in diameter. I only have cast irons frying pans - one 6" and the other 12". I used the 12" because the 6" was too small but found it too heavy to swirl the pan around so I ended up with flower shapes instead of nice round, thin crepes.
You are to cook the crepe for a minute or two, then flip and cook about 30 seconds or so on the other side. Remove crepe to plate and continue making until finished the batter. This makes about 8 to 10 crepes.
I then tried to pour the batter round but ended up with a thick crepe (or thin pancake).
I found this recipe and thought I sounded yummy and easy. Spread Nutella on crepe and add a banana. I cut the banana lengthwise so each crepe was rolled around 1/2 banana.
I also spread some with peanut butter and rolled them around the banana as well. Both were very tasty and would be enjoyed by kids and adults alike.
I found the crepe very tasty and made them a second time as pancakes without trying to swirl my heavy pan. They were very tasty with butter and syrup.
I will try the crepes again when I have the right size pan. They were tasty and easy to whip up with so few ingredients.
You can make your crepes into sweet dessert crepes or savory crepes as a main course depending on your filling.
Check out the links below for more delicious crepe ideas. Enjoy! ;)