Crepes with caramelized apples and Long Pepper


Long peppar apple crepés
Long pepper apple crepés

Now I have tried Long Pepper and I must say it surprised me! What good it was. Truly a spice that I will use a lot of.Had a hard time deciding what I would do. There were not many tips online either. But what does it do? It can not be more than disappointing right? For it may well be a sucess too. Which also turned out. So good it was.

Crepes with caramelized apples and Long Pepper
2 peeled sliced ​​apples
20g butter
2 tablespoons sugar
1 finely grated Long Pepper
crepe:
1 egg
100 ml flour
180ml milk
salt
butter
Melt the butter and add the sugar. Let it boil for a minute. Then put down the apples and let it get cook until almost done. Tear down Long  peppers and allow to boil in a few minutes.

Whisk together your crepe batter. Allow it to stand for a while. Heat the frying pan and then in a little butter. Dial in a bit of crepe batter and let it brown. Then flip and let it get some color on the other side. Continue until all batter is FRIED-UP.
Spread the apples evenly on each pancake and then roll them together. Preheat possibly briefly in uge’nen if they’ve become very cold. Serve with a dollop of ice-cold whipped cream.

Whisk together your crepe batter. Allow it to stand for a while. Heat the frying pan and then in a little butter. Dial in a bit of crepe batter and let it brown. Then flip and let it get some color on the other side. Continue until all batter is FRIED-UP.
Spread the apples evenly on each pancake and then roll them together. Preheat possibly briefly in uge’nen if they’ve become very cold. Serve with a dollop of ice-cold whipped cream.

long pepper

 

Long peppar apple crepés
Long pepper apple crepés

 

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5 Comments Add yours

  1. Laura says:

    These look delicious! Always craving crepes!

    1. Dinner Bank says:

      I love crepés as well 🙂 I cant get enough of the, 🙂

  2. Karen says:

    I love apple crepes and yours look delicious…they remind me of some I had while traveling in Normandy.

    1. Dinner Bank says:

      Thanks 🙂 They along with the long pepper, sweetness and the hotness, is fantastic! 🙂

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