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Thursday, 17 December 2015

Salmon and Asparagus Crepes.



Since we first tried out this recipe idea in 2012, it is still ...
"So low in carbs, not worth worrying about. To make the crepes.

Ingredients
200 Grams of ricotta cheese
3 eggs
I teaspoon of cinnamon
A splash of milk

Method
Mix the cheese, eggs and cinnamon into a small mixing bowl. Add a splash of milk if the mix is too thick to run freely.
Place a small knob of butter into a frying pan, I use a small omelette pan 8". Heat the butter and spoon in 3 table spoons of mix. Fry until firm then turn over and cook for one minute or until the crepe is starting to brown.
This mix makes between 6 and 8 crepes.
Allow to cool and fill with salmon and asparagus tips, whatever you like.
Roll up the crepe and enjoy.
Great at any time and very good for the lunch box or picnics.
 The crepes are also great a base for a dessert, warmed up with a scoop of low carb ice cream, berries and double cream.

Please note... these crepes do not taste of cheese.

Hope you may give them a try soon

All the best Jan

12 comments:

Jo said...

I'm not keen on salmon but the ideas for fillings is endless, as you say, savoury or sweet, take your pick.

eileeninmd said...

Sounds delicious, thanks for sharing the recipe. Have a happy day and weekend!

The Happy Whisk said...

Happy Eating :-)

Lowcarb team member said...

That's the beauty of these Jo ... you can take your pick of fillings!
Simply delicious.

All the best Jan

Lowcarb team member said...

Many thanks Eileen ... these are delicious !
Enjoy the up-coming weekend

All the best Jan

Lowcarb team member said...

I couldn't agree more Ivy ... Happy Eating !
Yummy ...

Hope your week is going well - I will be over to see you shortly!

All the best Jan

Gail said...

That sounds like an easy recipe. Pleasing to the eye and to the taste buds.

There is always a job here. We had to carefully cut the tree and pull the limbs with ropes to avoid damage to my sister's house. It was scary. Now we have the ground work to finish but the hard part is done.

I love watching the squirrels. It seemed one day when I was working under the pecan tree they were throwing nuts at me!

I play with a lot of junk. Not a hoarder but like making new uses for old things.

Have a blessed weekend.

The Happy Whisk said...

Yes, good last few days, even with needing extra rest. Feeling good. Excited for the weekend. Getting more lamb tomorrow, fingers crossed. Have a great weekend and boogie boogie.

Mike @ A Bit About Britain said...

Sounds delicious. We could all do with fewer carbs - he said, glancing down at his waistline (if I can still call it that). Want to thank you for all your lovely comments on my blog - have a wonderful Christmas! x

Lowcarb team member said...

Thank you so much for your comments here Gail.
This is a very nice recipe - hope you may get to try it at some point in time ...

... and thank you, I've had a lovely weekend spending time with family.

All the best Jan

Lowcarb team member said...

So pleased you've been good, these last few days Ivy.
Hope you've had a brilliant weekend, I've had a super one spending time with family.

All the best Jan

Lowcarb team member said...

Mike - lovely to read your comments here, thank you.

May you have a lovely Christmas too ...

All the best Jan

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