Old English Beef Crepes

"A great use for leftover roast beef. No one would ever know. This recipe is compliments of Crepe Cookery, 1976."
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  • Preheat oven to 350 degrees.
  • Cook onions in butter for several minutes; sprinkle with seasoned salt.
  • Arrange the cooked onions on crepes, top with roast beef, fold crepes in half.
  • Place in a shallow baking pan; cover with foil.
  • Heat in oven until warm, approximately 10 minutes.
  • While crepes are warming, combine the sour cream, horseradish, salt and paprika.
  • Place crepes on plate and spoon sour cream mixture on top.
  • Enjoy!

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  1. I had so much fun making this recipe! I think because I usually never have leftover roast to cook with (I saved some especially for this recipe!) I liked this recipe, my husband did not. The sauce could have a little more zing-the sour cream taste is a bit strong. I did like the horseradish and think I'd use a little more, and more paprika too, and my taste buds say "add allspice!" but I know that's just me! My first time having meat with crepes, and I must say, Paula, you have me hooked! Thanks again!
  2. This was ok. I enjoyed making the crepes. Didn't care much for the horseradish sour cream sauce, but I love trying new things, and I think the DH will like it. Thanks for the different recipe.


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