Crepes With Figs And Pears


A crepe is basically a really thin pancake. Eat crepes with figs and pears for breakfast, lunch or dessert.

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Crepes with figs and pears
Veronique van Ohmydish

Made by Véronique

Published at 2015-09-06, this recipe is for 4 people and takes 10 minutes.

Founder of Ohmydish (established 2014). Would happily spend her entire day in the kitchen. Previously worked in the hospitality industry as an independent chef and is ready and willing to help you gain confidence in the kitchen. With her easy-to-follow recipes, helpful tips, and cooking knowledge, you will be making the very tastiest dishes yourself in no time! Véronique's recipes are intended for everyone, from beginners to advanced home cooks.

Updated at: 19-03-2021

10 minutes 4 people Desserts
Crepes with figs and pears


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  • 2 eggs
  • 400 ml full fat milk
  • 8 tablespoons all-purpose flour
  • 4 - 5 figs
  • 2 pears (for example Conference)
  • 200 ml cream
  • 2 tablespoon powdered sugar
  • butter for baking
  • optional: Agave syrup, maple syrup or honey
  • Peanuts or any other kind of nuts for garnish
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  • large bowl + whisk
  • medium-sized skillet
  • soup ladle

Crepes With Figs And Pears

10 minutes 4 people Desserts

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Preparing crepes with figs and pears --  5 minutes

Use a whisk to create a smooth pancake batter. Start mixing the eggs and full-fat milk. Gradually add the all-purpose flour. If you would like to be extra sure the flour won't create lumps, you can sift it first.

With only 3 ingredients you can already have tasteful pancakes or crepes. Whip up the cream and sweeten with powdered sugar.  

Crepes with figs and pears
Crepes with figs and pears

Baking the crepes -- 5 minutes

Heat a little bit of butter in the skillet and use the soup ladle to add some batter to the skillet. Make sure it's really thin, almost see-through, you can reach this by pouring the excess batter from the skillet immediately back into the bowl.

Don't let the crepes get any colour, because in school they learn us the less colour it has, the better the crepe is. Turn and let it cook for just a minute on the other side as well. Repeat until you've used all the batter.

You can also cook the pear pieces for a minute in the same skillet if you like them a bit warm. Fold the crepes twice and divide them over 4 plates. Cut the figs and pears in pieces and divide over the crepes.

Finish it off with some whipped cream, nuts of your choice and if you like some honey or syrup. Enjoy your meal!

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