Russian Semolina Crepes

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Russian Semolina Crepes

The recipe worth trying - the pancakes are soft, tender, fragrant - my child was still running to the kitchen and he wouldn't let me pick up any pictures for the first 10 pancakes.

Ingredients

Cow milk
750 ml
Semolina
30 g
Butter
50 g
Salt
0.5 tsp
Sugar
1 tsp
Egg
4 pieces
White flour
125 g
Baking powder
0.5 tsp
Sunflower oil
1 tbsp
Sparkling water
150 ml
or hot boiling water - it seemed to me even better / tender
Food flavours
0.5 tsp
You can use vanilla, cinnamon, rum, etc. - whatever you like.

Step by step

1

First of all, boil the semolina with milk as follows:

Put 500 ml of milk to boil - when it starts to boil, add the semolina "in the rain", stirring constantly with a whisk, so that they are not lumpy. Make a low heat and simmer for 5 minutes - stirring regularly.

2

After those 5 minutes turn off the heat, add the butter and let all this cool, melt, swell - 30 minutes.

3

Then pour this mixture into a bowl in which you will make the pancake dough, add a flavor, salt and sugar - mix well.

4

Pour the remaining 250 ml of milk, mix.

5

Then add the eggs, mix well to incorporate them - you can also use the mixer.

6

Add flour and baking powder - mix well.

7

A tablespoon of oil, stir.

8

And just before you start baking them, add mineral water or boiling hot water.

9

Heat the pancake pan well - pour a little oil and to remove the excess oil, wipe the pan a little with a paper napkin. The pan will be greased exactly for pancakes.

10

Pour about a pinch of dough, let it bake over medium heat - when you notice the reddish edges take a toothpick and gently pass it through the edge of the pancake to separate it from the pan.

11

Gently grasp with your fingers or a spatula and turn the pancake on the other side - leave for 5-10 seconds.

12

Then turn it over on a flat plate and see how you arrange them.

13

Because the pancakes come out tender and soft at first, it is no longer necessary to build them one on top of the other to soften and burn them. As soon as I take them out of the pan, I arrange them nicely for serving.

So - fold the pancake in half.

14

Then halfway through.

15

And optional again in half.

16

And ... forget how she runs away from the plate - she usually caresses me to give it to her, here she quickly grabs them from the plate and runs away.

17

I caught her in the act "flagrant" :)

18

If you form them as in step 14, you can serve them in this way - in addition to any favorite filling - honey, jam, jam, etc.

19

If you shape them as in step 15, then you can serve them like this - more decorative on a larger plate with fillings next to it.

I recommend them with confidence, they are really worth trying.

Good appetite!

Quantity: 15 pieces (depends on how thick you pour them)
Prep time: 60 min
Difficulty: intermediate
Ready in: 45 min
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