France's simple crêpes.
Ah, I suppose I could supply the actual recipe I used.
I don’t necessarily follow a written recipe; after all, when one lives for nearly 2,000 years, some things just never leave you.
¾ cup flour
1 cup Milk (whole, skim, 2%, almond, doesn’t matter really. Experiment!
Except for you Angleterre.)
2 Tablespoons melted butter/margarine
1 teaspoon Vanilla extract
Pinch of salt to taste (Not too much~! )
Mix all the ingredients into your bowl using a wire whisk, mes amis~ To melt the butter, place it in a microwave safe dish/cup and heat it for about 20 seconds~
You may use cooking spray or butter on the pan to prevent the crêpes from sticking. Pour enough batter to make a thin layer in the bottom of the pan. Cook until sizzling and done on one side (Generally, about two minutes). Flip, and continue to cook on the other side another minute.
Transfer the crêpe onto a plate, then continue to make crêpes until the batter is gone~ Et voila~!
Serving suggestions~ Crêpes go very well with fruits, yogurt, whipped cream, and syrup~ Whatever you like, you can put on them, really~ They are very versatile in this sense~ For a tastey dessert, or simply a sweet treat, drizzle melted chocolate/ chocolate syrup over them~