Grandma`s Crepes

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"Grandma taught me how to make these, now I want to tell everyone about them."
Preparation10 min.
Cooking120 min.
Тotal130 min.
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  • water - 5 2/5 cups (1.3 L)
  • oil - 2 - 3 tbsp
  • vinegar - 1 tbsp
  • baking soda - 1 pinch
  • sugar - 1 tsp
  • yeast - 2 4/5 tbsp (42 g), baker's
  • salt - 2 tbsp
  • flour - enough to obtain a thick mixture
  • butter - 4/5 cup (200 g) for spreading

How to cook

In the warm water, subsequently add all of the products. Stir (best if with your hand) to a smooth, thick liquid.

Close in the container and leave for about 1 hour to rise in a warm area. Be sure to stir in a large container because it will increase in volume quite a lot when it rises.

Stir the effervescent mixture well before you start to bake. In a well-heated saj or pan, slightly greased, pour the mixture in using a ladle, spread it along the entire surface.

Cook on moderate heat on one side until you see holes forming all over the crepe, until golden.

Unstick it from the pan and flip to the other side to cook to a golden crisp. Take the crepe out and while still warm, smear it generously with the butter. Continue cooking until you've used all of the batter.

You can consume them plain, with just butter, or if you like - with feta cheese, cheese, jam, chocolate or any combination of salty and sweet.


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