Do you like sweet or savory when it comes to crepes? Either way, you can make them at home with this recipe shared by Dalibor Blazic, owner of Dali Crepes.
Dali Crepes is a Salt Lake City based restaurant and catering business that makes traditional European crepes. Originally from Serbia, Dalibor emigrated to Utah in 2011. She says, "I missed the crepes that my mother made twice a week and I wanted to eat crepes every day so I decided to make my own." So six years ago she opened Dali Crepes.
Gluten Free Crepe Batter
2 cups (300g) g gluten-free 1-to-1 baking flour.
- 2.3 Tbsp (35g) granulated sugar
- 3 ea. (160g) large eggs
- I tsp (5g) salt
- 2.9 (450ml) whole milk
- 3.2 Tbsp (50g) unsalted butter, melted
- I Tbsp (20ml) canola oil
- 1 cups ( 240ml) water
Combine eggs, salt, flour, and sugar. Mix and pour In milk. Continue mixing until smooth.Add melted butter and oil. Strain in a fine-mesh sieve to get rid of any remaining lumps add more water if necessary. Leave crape batter for 2 hours to be refrigerated before cooking them.
If you like a savory crepe, try the Good Morning Crepe:
Black Forest Ham | Shredded Cheese | Fresh Mozzarella | Spinach | Cherry Tomato | Garlic Aioli | Sunny Side-Up Egg | Cayenne Pepper Sprinkles + Bacon
If sweet is more your style, how about Banana Dreams:
Fresh Banana | Nutella | Almonds | Dark Chocolate Sauce | Caramel Sauce | Whipped Cream | Chocolate Stick - is not gluten-free
Dali Crepes is perfect for Christmas parties, weddings, corporate or private events.
They have current promotions going on as well for the holidays: get 20 percent off online orders Monday through Friday 2pm to 5pm on any sweets. You can also get free drip coffee with the purchase of any crepes, Monday through Friday 8am to 10am.