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A question about a recipe: Buckwheat Crepes with Brie + Honey Sauteed Swiss Chard

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I have a question about the recipe "Buckwheat Crepes with Brie + Honey Sauteed Swiss Chard" from CarolineWright. How do you swirl a pan while pouring crepe batter? Having trouble visualizing.

asked by clintonhillbilly over 1 year ago
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The_cook
added over 1 year ago

Practice. All of the above plus patience and practice. That is the advice from my Tantot Briec who taught me to make my first creeps.

The_cook
added over 1 year ago

Oops! That is what I get for trying to think at 5am. That is the advice from my Tantot Briec who taught metro make my first CREPE.

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added over 1 year ago

Yeah, it's more of a tilt, in various directions, than a swirl - the idea is that you only pour in enough batter to evenly coat the surface of the pan. Any more and you're making pancakes.