Crepe Suzette - recipe

Crepe Suzette

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  1. 1

    Place the flour and sugar in a mixing bowl and add the eggs. Beat well gradually adding the milk until the mixture is smooth, thick and creamy.

    For this step you'll need:

    • 100g Plain white flour
    • 1 tbsp Unrefined golden caster sugar
    • 2 Egg(s) (free range)
    • 250ml Milk (whole)
  2. 2

    Whisk in the melted butter, it will set in tiny droplets.

    For this step you'll need:

    • 25g Butter (unsalted) melted
  3. 3

    Heat a small frying pan, non stick if possible, until really hot, then turn down the heat to medium. Drizzle the pan with a tiny amount of oil and add a large spoonful of pancake mixture, swirling the pan to coat the surface. Allow to cook for 1-2 minutes until brown then toss the pancake or use a palette knife to flip the pancake over. Cook until this side has browned lightly.

    For this step you'll need:

    • Vegetable oil for frying
  4. 4

    Stack on a plate, covered with cling film and a clean tea towel to keep warm or serve immediately.

  5. 5

    To make the filling squeeze the juice from 2 oranges, cut the other 2 into segments, by cutting off all the peel and pith with a sharp knife, then divide into segments.

    For this step you'll need:

    • 4 Orange(s)
  6. 6

    Put the butter and sugar into a frying pan, add the orange juice and rind and heat until bubbling. Dip each crêpe into the sauce, fold into quarters then arrange in a warm serving dish with orange segments.

    For this step you'll need:

    • 25g Butter (unsalted) melted
    • 75g Unrefined golden caster sugar
  7. 7

    Pour the liqueur and brandy into the pan light with a long taper, then pour the flaming sauce over the crêpes and serve.

    For this step you'll need:

    • 2 tbsp Orange liqueur
    • 1 tbsp Brandy

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