Crepes are a nice touch as delicious yet straightforward appetizers during breakfast, especially if prepared nicely and precisely as the recipe dictates. However, unlike regular crepes, the key to restaurant style crepes is adhering to the precise quantity of every ingredient. Therefore, before starting on the preparation, you need to ensure that you have all the ingredients required.
- 100g plain flour
- 15g caster sugar
- two eggs
- 300g milk
- 100g butter
- 100g caster sugar
- 150 yuzu juice
- 20g yuzu zest or lemon
- 100ml sake
Once you have everything needed, it’s time to start the preparation process.
To start, whisk together the flour and eggs in a large mixing bowl until you have a fine paste-like mixture. As you’re whisking your flour and eggs, gradually add in the milk and 15g of sugar without stopping. Next, heat a lightly oiled frying pan over medium heat, and then pour a thin layer of batter in the middle of the pan.
Ensure that you tilt the pan in a circular motion so that the batter evenly coats the surface. Cool for two minutes before turning it carefully and finishing the other side as well. The next step is to prepare the sauce, which requires adding the 100g sugar into a saucepan with butter and heating it as you stir. Then add the yuzu juice, sake, and zest, and boil until it resembles a syrup inconsistency. Finally, serve the crepes and enjoy your breakfast with style. This is the key to make restaurant style breakfast crepes.
Several breakfast dishes blend well with crepes, such as eggs, bacon, and cold juice. This will go down smoothly and ensure that you have the energy required to kick start your day. If you like a heavy breakfast, then you can mix it up a bit with mushrooms, bacon, and cheese. Apart from being nutritious, they are a healthy breakfast treat for you and your family to enjoy as you start the day’s activities.