Palacsinta (Palacheeta - Hungarian filled Pancakes - Crepes)
Given to me YEARS ago at Malmstrom AFB by Sarah H.
1/2 C sugar (honey, rapadura, agave nectar all work- adjust liquids)
1 tsp sea salt
1 tsp vanilla
2 1/4 C Flour (I use soft white wheat - but any would work)
2 1/2 C milk
Beat eggs. Add sugar, salt, vanilla. Beat well. Add flour and milk gradually beating until smooth. In a lightly greased pan put 3T batter, rotate pan to cover evenly. Brown on both sides. Keep crepes warm until all are fried. Serve with jelly, fruit, butter/Cinnamon, Peanut butter/Syrup, or cheese filling (authentic choice ::snort::)
Cottage Cheese Filling
1 carton cottage cheese
1/2 C sugar
1 tsp vanilla
pinch of salt
I wouldn't know what the cheese filling is like - we've never tried it. I have no trouble keeping these warm, they disappear as fast as they are done.
Horrors - my children LOVE these and I've not made them for quite a bit of time. Nolan asks for them every Saturday and often during the week. I decided to make them and couldn't' find the recipe. I thought it was on the blog and it wasn't - now it is. And now I'll go make some crepes for breakfast. Thanks for sharing your old family favorite with us Sarah, it's become one of our family favorites. And to think those little kids running in base housing are now GRADUATED adults. LOL