This was the first time I've made crepes and it turned out really well. Love this recepie and my family was so impressed. I had a little trouble getting all the crepes the same size but plan to try it again soon. Practice makes perfect.
Since I've never made crepes before, it took me a little time to make them. The filling came together nicely and once I had everything done, assembly went quick. The crepe yield for me was 12 and I had a little extra filling, so I just added it to the top along with the cheese mixture. I think next time I'll add extra cheese. Very enjoyable recipe. :)
After seeing California-Jan's photo of this dish in photo forum, I just knew I had to make it. It was a delicious dinner. I did have to sub spring onion/scallion white bit and a little green for the onion due to allergy issues. The other thing I did (and won't do again - it didn't need it) was to top with a 1/2 cup of grated swiss cheese. We got 16 crepes from the mix and filled 8 and 3 out of the 4 of us were battling to get through and left some, so next time will make a half mix and dish out one each. The DH recons it was the best crepe recipe we have tried (he wants to try it with seafood next) and the rest of the crepes became dessert filling 2 with sliced mango and peaches and a slurp of cream and served. The rest had just a squeeze of lemon juice and a light sprinkle of sugar, rolled eaten and enjoyed. Thank you Sage/Rita for a keeper.
I made these for Photo Tag and they are wonderful. I had a little trouble getting crepe making down, but once I got my pan hot enough, it worked perfectly. We had these with "Cucumbers With Easy Dressing" and "Lemon Bars" for a wonderful meal!