Tuesday, December 20, 2016

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Sy ingat M-A-L-E-H nk buat N3 ni sbb xde strawberries di tpt kejadian,.. tp bila petang tu 'bella belly' dah *kriuk, kriuk* minta diisi 'sumting' ..so just buat n grab jek apa2 yg ada ...So here we goes .... Recipes inspired from AllRecipes.Com ya ....

Oh ya nk buat crepe ni mmg kene ada crepe stick or crepe pan ..lau xde pun sokay jek, mak haku just goleng2kan pan bg batter as thin as possible tu jek ...but if dpt super thin N' crispy lagi la terbaek ... Garing tahap 7 is the besh ! ... 

Sy sertak juga difference between PanCakes, Waffle & Crepes ... a bit panjang but worth it tuk knowledge kita ..source dari ByronTalbot ..
 
A crêpe or crepe is a type of very thin pancake, usually made from wheat flour or buckwheat flour. The word is of French origin, deriving from the Latin crispa, meaning "curled". Wikipedia
"Only French Knows How To Make Crepe !!"  ..hah yelah, yg pndi seme omputeh jek la .*nk muntah hakak* ... Mak aku lg pndi buat lempeng ...apa la yg grand sgt ngan lempeng dia org tu .... just saying la kan ...

Sebenarnya sy impikan crepe yg sgt garing mcm kita beli di stall tu .. yg ni tahap lempeng/kuih dadar jek.. tp sokay la for newbie ... next time sy try hasilkan yg garing gilers ... leh jadi org P-E-R-E-N-C-H (French) huwaaa ....x gitu ??



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  • Pukulkan telur +susu, masukkan tepung superfine + gula + garam sedikit demi sedikit. Masukkan butter yang telah dicairkan. Putar lagi .... Last sekali masukkan essence vanilla.  Pic mcm kat bawah ye :-





  • Panaskan kuali leper. Scoopkan 1-2 senduk batter ke atas kuali. Dengan menggunakan kayu crepe try to make the batter as thin as possible dengan mbuat putaran. 


  • Note : Cara lain if xde kayu crepe tu, just 'oleng2'kan kuali mcm kita buat kuih dadar tu ...err paham ke idak ya .. or else buat jek mcm mn yg leh dptkan nipis and round crepe ..heheh ... *wink*


  • Brownkan both side and ketepikan ...
  • Jom buat the filling ... Filling terpulang pd uols boleh guna whipped cream, strawberries, banana, chocolate fudge, or anything uols suka ...Sy guna ap aje yg ada di tpt kejadian ya ... just whipping cream, choc moose & choc nibs jek ...
  • Letakkan filling ditepi crepe dan lipatkan 2 ...







  • Lipatkan lagi another 2 jd bentuk kat bawah ya ... mcm pic kat bawah .. Cara lipatan terpulang sebenarnya ...suka ati gittew :)



  • Drizzle choc moose on top of crepe ... taburkan choc nibs ...so dah boleh ngap ... Hiasan lain boleh letakkan strawberries & whipping cream, chocolate spread mcm nutella & banana .. dll .. anything uols suka ...



Oh ya sy sertakan juga Difference Between PanCakes, Waffles & Crepes .. a bit 'meleret-beret' but worth it bc esp tuk org amateur cam sy .... KnowLedge EMPOWERS you !!

Waffles vs. Pancakes vs. Crepes
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Waffles vs. Pancakes vs. Crepes! Three breakfast desserts, with three very similar recipes, that make three very different, yet delicious, breakfast entrees.  So what’s the actual difference between the three? Are the batters really are interchangeable? Why is one crunchy, one soft, and one sheet thin? All very different products, with very subtle differences.

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Derived from Belgium, waffles are very similar to pancakes in that they both use the same ingredients: flour, eggs, baking powder, sugar, and milk. The key difference is the increments, the cooking method, and the result.  Waffles are crunchier than pancakes for a reason. They’re typically made with slightly more sugar than pancakes and they’re cooked using a two sided, dual-heated griddle that’s typically well greased. The extra sugar ever so slightly caramelizes the outer layer of the waffles, accounting for part of the crunch factor, and the well-greased griddle lightly fries the surface of the waffles (while the inside portion bakes)—accounting for the rest of that delicious crunchy exterior and fluffy interior! Also, if you’re cooking waffles the old school way, you’re separating the yolks from the eggs whites, whipping the whites, and then folding that and the yolks into the batter separately.  Is makes for a fluffier waffle, but the majority of folks don’t follow this method anymore. Regardless, the best part of waffles is how well they can cradle heaps of melted butter and syrup; not to mention the countless other toppings they’re sturdy enough to support!

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Pancakes, hotcakes, flatjacks…are apparently  interchangeable names for the same awesome breakfast. They’re thin, yet fluffy, round, and dense bread cakes—made by whipping the same ingredients as waffles (only with a little less sugar and sometimes less egg), into a lump free batter that gets poured onto a med-high pan or griddle.  As the exposed side begins to bubble, and then the bubbles begin to pop open, you flip it, cook it for slightly less time on the second side, and then start the signature pancake stack—one, two, three, and more if you’re really hungry! They tend to be more dense and more moist than a waffle. Very sponge like, perfect for sopping up syrup or even chocolate! The outside, though lightly browned, remains soft and smooth like a sheet cake—not crunchy like a waffle. Crazy how the tiniest change in ingredients and cooking methods, make such different, yet delectable treats.

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 Crepes are no exception. A french dish, it’s prime ingredients are identical to that of pancakes and waffles…that is except for one thing—baking powder. Without baking powder, there’s no rising agent, accounting for the thinness of a crepe. They also tend to be made with the less sugar, resulting in less of a sweet taste and of more of a subtle egg flavor.  That’s one of the greatest things about crepes! Since they’re not abundantly sweet, they can, and often are, served sweet OR savory. They can be stuffed with nutella and strawberries, OR they can be wrapped around ham, spinach and melted cheese.  Traditionally, crepes are so light that they’ll commonly be eaten as a snack throughout the day. Personally, toss a little powdered sugar on top, and I’ll eat them any time you want!



Of the three, which is your favorite, and how do you like to serve it up?



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