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Sunday, November 11, 2012

Balsamic Vegetable Crepes

I have never made crepes before in my life. I love them to death but had never tried to make them myself. I guess I just figured that they’d be super tricky or something?

 In any case, I tried my hand at it this afternoon for lunch and woah were they good.


1 Cup flour
2 Eggs
½ Cup milk
½ Cup Water
¼ Teaspoon Salt
2 Tablespoons Margarine

Mix all the ingredients really well. Try and get all the clumps out.

Heat up a pan or griddle to medium heat. Make sure you oil the pan first to keep the pancakes from sticking because they will be quite thin.

Poor your batter onto the pan and use your utensil to spread it out thin.

Let it cook for a minute or to. The top side of the pancake will get a bit darker as it cooks. When the whole top has changed, it is time to flip.

Cook the other side for a minute and then it is done.


Dressing (I didn’t really measure any of these ingredients…)
Balsamic Vinegar
Olive Oil
Garlic Powder
Black Pepper

I used a frozen mix of veggies from the grocery store for time’s sake. I heated them up in the microwave and then tossed them in the dressing.

I laid a slice of provolone cheese onto the crepe first and then the veggies and left the pancakes on the stove top to help melt the cheese.

And there you go! I can’t wait to try this with different fillings or maybe doing some sweet dessert crepes.

Hope everyone is having a nice holiday weekend J



  1. I'm so glad someone else makes savory crepes - everyone else thinks I'm nuts when I say I make buffalo chicken crepes! Thanks for sharing!

  2. I love savory crepes. Almost more than sweet ones!