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Sunday, September 11, 2011

Home Made Crêpes

We love crêpes. Our favourite crêperie was Marché at Somerset. The banana and mascarpone crêpe kept me awake at nights. There is also a crêperie at the Raffles City Mall that does a tiramisu crêpe to die for. But these crêppy things are rather expensive. So, when I saw a crêpe pan on sale at Isetan last year, I jumped at it.

12 months on, I am using the crêpe pan for the first time and it works like a charm. Perfectly non stick... perfectly induction cooker friendly ... and it turns out perfect crêpes. It even comes with a wooden thing to spread the batter around the pan so I feel very much like a professional crêpe cook like those I watch with fascination in Marché.

6 comments:

Blur Ting said...

Wah so nice! I love to eat those streetside stall crepes in Bangkok at only around $2 each. They come chockful of banana and Nutella. Yum!

Malar said...

It sounds so easy to do fancy crepes!
I only know how to do Tosai with the pan!

petunialee said...

Ting - Anything with bananas is nice, I think.

petunialee said...

Malar - I think I like thosai even more than crêpes. Do you have a good recipe and can you blog about the steps. I would love to do thosai at home.

Malar said...

Ok! I will blog about it and inform you!!

Wen-ai said...

I like crepes too! Esp muchrooms with cheese... slurp!