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Old 02-12-2008, 10:24 AM
 
Location: So. of Rosarito, Baja, Mexico
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How about CREPES for desert? In large mixing bowl, ADD 2 cups of flour (sifted), 2 eggs,2 cups of milk,1/2-3/4 cube of butter(I use imperial margarine) melted,1-2 tsp vanilla,1/2 tsp salt, blend with hand electric mixer until there is a smooth thin consistency when pouring from spoon. The next thing I find very important is that I have a new skillet that is used exclusevely for crepes ONLY, nothing else touches that skillet. Add a dab of butter/margarine to skillet, and with a soup ladel pour a little into the center of the skillet tilting to allow batter to flow evenly (thin) to the edge of skillet and allow to cook slowly over a low/medium heat (trial/error) for right temp. Check edges for light browning and flip over with spatula and cook other side. TASTE 1-2 first and you can add a little sugar to batter and try again for taste. When done, allow to cool. In separate bowl put in some lge curd cottage cheese,add sugar,cinnamin,raisons. Mix well. Spoon some on the crepe and roll up like a Taquito would be. 2 or 3 on a plate. Microwave 15-20 secs, sprinkle on some powder sugar, top off with some canned whip cream and BINGO!! desert is served.Stefhen
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Old 02-12-2008, 10:26 AM
 
Location: Oz
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I prefer dobos torta But it's a pain to make! Palacsinta are much easier.
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Old 02-12-2008, 01:12 PM
 
Location: Arizona
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Sounds great, I will be trying those!
That's funny, though, bc I JUST made my first batch of crepes this past Sunday. It was an experimental thing that I threw together with pancake batter, eggs & milk.
They turned out really good & hopefully my concoction is still considered crepes
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Old 02-13-2008, 05:46 AM
 
Location: Oxford, England
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Sounds yummy ! I love all kinds of Crepes and pancakes...
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Old 04-14-2008, 10:20 PM
 
Location: So. of Rosarito, Baja, Mexico
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Strwberry season is here. Now is the time to have some STRWBERRY PANCAKES. I use the plain mix out of the box. Use the ADD water or ADD milk box. Either way is okay. I add CINNAMON to the mixture to give a little color. 3 pancakes on a plate, add a large spoonful of cut up strawberries sprinkled with a little sugar from a bowl, top off with a dash of whipped cream in the center and ENJOY. Have to buy couple of bskts tomorrow. Stefhen
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Old 03-25-2009, 02:36 PM
 
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Hi Steve Tom Here recipe is slightly off no butter in the mix only in pan and they are slightly thicker than crepes hence the tag pancake. but basically correct mom made them often! try them with poppy seed filling or swap the sugar and vanilla for paprika and add hurka or kolbasz for a main dish baked in sour cream with green pepers and onoins.
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Old 03-25-2009, 03:08 PM
 
Location: So. of Rosarito, Baja, Mexico
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What your describeing might be the potato pancakes my mother made with the "fekete paprika" (black pepper and I would cover with "lekvar" jam.

Understand the difference...what I was referring to was the crepes "Palachinta" with the fruit filling...cottage cheese mixed with raisons/cinnamon/sugar as a filler rolled up like a Tacito for some who may not understand the difference...cover with compote of choice...sprinkle with powder sugar or dash of whip cream.

Got me going...have to buy a qt of milk tomorrow and make a batch.

Thanx for your imput...nice to share. Steve
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Old 03-26-2009, 03:09 PM
 
Location: South Bay Native
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I always loved the ones filled with chestnut or walnut - yum.
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Old 03-28-2009, 12:03 AM
 
Location: Planet earth
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sorry it is a wrong time for me to read the recipe

I cooked three different dishes tonight and food jammed all the way to my eyes

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Old 03-28-2009, 12:09 AM
 
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We like our palascinta filled sargabarack lekvar and dusted with powder sugar after they are rolled.
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