31 May 2014

Crepes with lemon curd and strawberries




 My daugther was craving for some crepes and then I remember this recipe .
And for something special I think in filling with lemon curd and some strawberries!
I made a lot of lemon curd recipes  but this was delicious and easy: Microwave lemon curd!
Could you believe? yes and was so good!
This is a good and basic recipe to make thin crepes and you can use for any of your crepe ideas.
I love savoy  crepes with veggies or mayo and chicken!
Only you have to skip from sugar.


Source:Grabandgorecipes.com


Ingredients crepes
(8-10 crepes)
4 eggs
2 cups of all purpose flour
3 cups of milk
1/3 cup of sugar or to taste
3 tablespoon melted butter
pinch of salt

Method

Whisk together milk - eggs- sugar and salt.
Slowly whisk in flour until smooth.
Add melted butter and mix well.
The butter should be smooth and thin.
Lightly brush a medium sauté pan with butter and
head over médium heat. working quickly pour in about 1/4 cup of butter (or 1/2 cup if your pan is more large) tilting the pan so the batter makes a circle and coats the bottom.
The crepes should be very thin. Cook the crepe
 until the bottom is light brown. Loosen with a spatula, flip and cook the other side , remove to
the flap flatter.
Continue with remaining batter

Note: It's best to make the batter at least 20 minutes ahead so the flour can absorb all the moisture before you start cooking the crepes.

Microwave lemon curd

(source :All recipes co.uk)

Ingredients
200 grams caster sugar
3 ggs
250 ml fresh lemon juice
3 lemons, the zest
100 g unsalted butter melted

Method

In a microwave -safe bowl, whisk togetherthe caster sugar and eggs until smooth. Stir in lemon juice, lemon zest and butter.Cook in the microwave for one minute intervals, stirring
after each minute until the mixture is thick enough to coat the bak of spoon.
Remove from the microwave and pour into small sterilised jam
jars. Store for up to two weeks in the fridge.


Print recipe here









EN ESPAÑOL
Crepes con lemon curd y frutillas




Me encantan los crepes o panquekes como decimos en Chile.

Pero realmente lo que comemos son crepes,  porque son más livianos y delgados, los panquekes en otras partes (igualmente deliciosos son más gruesos).
A mi me gustan más livianos.
Hace mucho que mi hija me pedía que le hiciera, y entre tanta cosa se pasaba el tiempo.
Los rellenanos con crema de limón (lemon curd) y frutillas y queda muy bueno.
Me gustó esta receta nueva.
Se pueden rellenar también con pollo con salsa blanca, espinacas, atun  con lo que uno quiera.
También se pueden congelar y tener a mano.






Ingredientes
4 huevos
2 tazas de harina sin polvos de hornear
3 tazas de leche
1/3 taza de azúcar (si se quieren  para platos salados no agregar azúcar)
3 cucharadas de mantequilla derretida
1 pizca de sal

Preparación


113 comments:

  1. Well that was just what I wanted, Gloria.
    It was so tasty!
    Sorry everyone - I have eaten it all.

    Well I do believe I am first today!

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    1. just by seconds, too! I guess he gets the first helping.
      Hey, look Ed...we're spinning on Gloria's earth!

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    2. Alright...I must go...picking strawberries! Lovely dessert, Gloria! xo

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    3. I'm suppposed to be doing some gardening but couldn't get away from BlogLand - a few dear friends arrived late for my Ball! LOL
      Especially delayed as well, seeing this sinfully delicious creation by Gloria!

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    4. Thanks Eddie, you have to sharing the crepes:)

      Betsy look the microwave lemon curd easy and delicious!

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    5. Betsy and you are really lucky to have your own strawberries in your yard:))

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    6. Poor Betsy got #2, boo hoo

      It's strawberry week this week at your zoo

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    7. Yes was the strawberry week!
      amd dont remember if you eat strawberries or only others berries lol

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    8. Would just love to eat some!!

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  3. Un dessert delizioso, bravissima!!!!

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  4. Beautiful!! And, I'm so happy to have the microwave lemon curd recipe.

    Best,
    Bonnie

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    1. Thanks Bonnie.Happy to see you.
      I love this recipe:)

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  5. Yummy and perfect breakfast..............

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    1. Thanks Remys breskfast or deseert is delucious:))

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  6. Qué lindos te quedaron amiga, yo los enrollo, pero quedan mejor así doblados, siempre se me olvida. No lo vas a creer, pero ayer los hice, sólo que con orange curd, no quedó ni uno de muestra! Me imagino que de los tuyos tampoco. Besitos

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    1. Gracias Pamela siempre los hago enrollados pero quise hacerlos asi pa cambiar:)
      Pienso que el curd de naranja debe ser delicioso Pamela:)

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  7. This looks delicious ~ I must try your crepe recipe Gloria ~ Thanks ~

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  8. Gloria, We don't see too many crepes here in East Tennessee! These dessert crepes look great... A Belgian bistro just opened a few miles away and we're looking forward to checking out their crepes and other cuisine. Take Care, Big Daddy Dave

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    1. Of course I want to see when you comment David:)
      Belgian bistros have amazing food David !

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  9. Deliziose le tue crepes!!
    Bacioni cara

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  10. This is LOVELY!

    I like that micro curd:)
    Looks like a holiday:)

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    1. Thanks Monique
      Yes the lemon curd is really good:)

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  11. Yum yum yum yum. Need I say more at your door?

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    1. No. I understand your languaje grumpy.
      Thanks and a hug yo Angie dear;)

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    1. Thanks Adam ypu are sweet
      and you can eatI

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  13. Oo, the crepes look delicious! And lemon curd and strawberries - YUM!!

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  14. Never had lemon crepes, looks yummy, I like lemon meringue pie! I'm back to blogland!

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    1. Thanks Christine ! Im happy you back
      I missed you:)

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  15. I love crepes, both sweet and savory, these look yummy!

    Have a good Sunday,

    ciao
    Alessandra

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    1. Grazie Alessandra! I love crepes and Esperanza loves a lot!
      Really all here love them.
      Have a nice Sunday too:)

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  16. Ooooo - looks delicious! And I was just saying to Wanda the other day that food looks so lovely served on blue and white. Your tiramisu in the last post looked very yummy too! Berry time.

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    1. Thanks Suza!
      I love china blue and white but I noticed now I have a lot:)

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  17. mmmm you have me craving crepes...the strawberries adding just the right touch as well....

    happy sunday gloria

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  18. That's what I would love for my breakfast too! Yum!

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  19. Funny, Gloria! We're both in a crepe mood! Yours look delicious!

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    1. Was funny when I saw yours!
      But I really love yours Barbara!lovewith raspberries!
      xo

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  20. A breakfast from Heaven...oh I can't wait to try these...:)
    Thank you so much for sharing.

    Hugs xxx

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  21. I love the flavour combination of lemon curd and strawberries but I am most impressed that you made the lemon curd in a microwave!!

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    1. Thanks Ros yes the lemon curd in microwave is amazing!

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  22. Strawberries and lemon...curd and crepes... I want some now, Gloria!

    ela h.
    Gray Apron

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  23. Oooooooohhhhh!!! Hace mil que no hago, peeeero mi especialidad son los salados, en concreto los de pollo, bechamel y queso!! Besos mil mi Gloriiiiiii!!!. O.

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    1. Tambien me gustan mucho los salados Olga!:)
      Gracias por pasar a saludar, besos

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  24. Gloria,

    Those crepes look fabulous..you always have such amazing recipes,

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  25. Yum! I never thought about making crepes at home. I may have to give this one a try!

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    1. Thanks Stephanie I think you would look!

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  26. oOOOOH, curd en el microondas!
    Gloria, haz alcanzado niveles insospechados de genialidad!

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    1. Ja! Gracias Magda pero lo bueno fue encontrar la receta:)

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  27. Crepe with lemon curd sounds delicious. Making lemon curd in the microwave sounds great!

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  28. Wow how gorgeous! I am in the right place here for lemon curd... but of course homemade is sooo much better! I have never made it before. So nice with crepes... I feel hungry now!

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    1. Thanks Alida I love lemon curd too!

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  29. Hi Gloria! These look so delicious! It is a good thing that I have just had lunch otherwise I would be craving food right now! Can you drop me an e-mail? You should be able to reply to this comment. Thanks. Amy xx

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    1. Thanks Amy. I put my mail in your blig.
      I would be happy you msil me:)

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  30. It looks delicious-thanks :)

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    1. Thsnks Ayala ! Im happy to see you!

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  31. avec le gout acidulé du lemon curd c'est parfait
    bonne journée

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  32. Lovely crepes, Gloria! And it looks delicious served with homemade lemon curd and strawberries!

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  33. They look terrific! I love lemon curd.

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  34. J'adore tes crêpes? Délicieuses avec cette crème.
    A bientôt

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  35. The lemon curd sounds perfect.

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  36. Oh, the combination of strawberries and lemon curd sounds amazing! What spectacular crepes!!!

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  37. Perfect for the summer! Light and so fresh!

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  38. Delicious looking and your daughter knows what's good! Love lemon curd!

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  39. Microwave lemon curd?! Great idea - wonder what other curds you could make with the same technique?

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    1. Yes Stuart and was wonderful! Only I used 3 tablespoon of butter the original had 4 tablspoon I think.was better with 3 tbsp!

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  40. These crepes sound wonderful with the fresh lemon curd. A perfect lunch or light dinner. Blessings dear. Catherine

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  41. Una vera delizia :)
    Un bacio

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  42. che delizia queste crepes Gloria, un abbraccio !

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  43. happy tuesday gloria...hope your week is starting well...smiles...

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  44. Thanks dear and I hope the same:)

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  45. beautiful crepes...so perfect for having a pleasurable brunch...thanks :-)

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  46. Hola amiga: Yo amo el lemon curd y me parece maravillosa la idea de untar unas crepes con él. Muy rico. Te felicito.
    Un abrazo

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  47. Crêpes and strawberries are very famous in my country, Brittany !
    So, I love that, and with lemon, that must be delicious !
    kenavo ( goodbye in breton )

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  48. Que buenos Gloria!! un postre delicioso, me encanta tu receta de lemon curd al microondas lo probaré. Besos

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  49. You are the best chef EVER Gloria....amazing!
    Cheers!
    Linda :o)

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  50. These crepes look delicious Gloria...I love the lemon curd in it...so pretty and tasty with the fresh strawberries...
    Enjoy the rest of you week dear :D

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  51. A delicious dessert! Crepes are so addictive.

    Cheers,

    Rosa

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  52. A lovely light dessert, it would be a perfect ending to a summer meal.

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    1. Thanks Karen yes is fresh and delicious!!

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  53. I love lemon curd in crepes (see mine here: http://artofnaturalliving.com/2014/03/04/crepes-lemon-curd-mascarpone/ )! I am planning to make some cranberry curd (leftover frozen cranberries that I need to use) so perhaps I'll have to try the microwave version.

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    1. a cranberry curd sounds amazing Inger!!

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  54. you have my prayers today...i hope all goes well with her surgery...
    of course moms worry...smiles.

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    1. Thanks Brian was OK but still she has a lot of pain and the doctor said is normal she is talen antibiotics and others hope she feel better tomorrow sigh!
      Thanks for the prayers dear!

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  55. Hi Gloria!
    Oh what delectable crepes you have made for your daughter (and us too:) My grandchildren had their first taste of crepes on Mother's Day and now they want Grammy to make some when they come to visit. Looks like I've found the perfect recipe thanks to you:) Thank you so much for your kind words and sharing this recipe Gloria...

    P.S. Yes, I am back from my visit but I won't be posting until Sunday:)

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  56. Yay!! You arrived dear Louise Im saw happy you come back: I missed you!
    !!!
    I will wait by your new post:))

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  57. Una receta deliciosa. Besos.
    Si te viene de gusto te pasas por mi blog, yo me quedo por aqui vere el resto de recetas .
    Un abrazo.

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