Crêpes pan from berndes.com - How to make wafer-thin delicacies!
What could be nicer than letting an original French crepe melt in your mouth? Whether with honey, Nutella, cinnamon & sugar or fresh fruit - a good crepe is a real treat and above all one thing: wafer-thin. With a special pan for crepes, the whole thing is no longer magic and can be recreated at home without any difficulty.
What distinguishes a crepe pan?
A crepe pan differs from a normal pan in two ways. On the one hand, it has a very low edge. This makes the crepe or pancake much easier to reach with the spatula and can be turned easily. On the other hand, its thin base makes it light and therefore easy to handle, even without a lot of muscle strength. Would you like to create the perfect pancake without much effort? Buy your crepe pan at berndes.com! Whether it's an elegant aluminum lightweight or a crepe pan for induction, you'll find what you're looking for with us.
For which dishes is a crepe pan particularly suitable?
In addition to preparing crepes and classic pancakes, a crepe pan is extremely versatile. With their help, omelettes and tortillas turn out just as flawlessly as scrambled and fried eggs. You can also easily make Canadian pancakes with maple syrup using your crepe pan.
What material is a crepe pan made of?
Our crepe pans are made of aluminum. This makes them light and easy to use even with little force - a decisive advantage when turning the crepe. Our crepe pans are also characterized by a special non-stick coating, which significantly minimizes the risk of burning.
1.5 cups flour
2.5 tsp baking powder
0.5 tsp salt
3 tbsp sugar
1.25 cups milk
3 tbsp oil
- Mix dry and liquid ingredients separately
- Then mix everything and stir briefly; smaller lumps are fine
- Warm up the crepe pan, rub with kitchen paper and olive oil
- Turn pancakes when air bubbles appear
- Serve with maple syrup.
Which crepe pan is suitable for induction?
The base of an induction crepe pan is made of a ferromagnetic material. If you own an induction cooker, it generates eddy currents in the bottom of your crepe pan via a coil. Thanks to induction, it heats up faster than on a conventional electric stove. An excellent crepe pan for induction from our range is the Specials crepe pan 28 cm with ferromagnetic induction base. Of course, an induction crepe pan can also be used on all normal stoves. The Specials 24 cm crepe pan is also ideal for use on an induction cooker.
5 tips for using and caring for your crepe pan
- Pay particular attention to the sensitive coating
- Therefore, only use spatulas made of wood or plastic
- Wipe out the crepe pan with a kitchen towel before washing
- Wash with a little detergent and use a soft sponge
- Only a little fat is needed when frying