Lemon Curd Crepe Millefeuille

Sweet and sour, the crepes taste really delicious with the hint of lemon.

Recipe By: Tobuchan (https://cookbuzz.com/kitchen/25)
Serves 4 Cook: 20 min

Ingredients

Flour 150g
Sugar 30g
Eggs 3
Milk 375ml
Melted butter 30g
Vanilla extract 6-8 drops
Lemon curd (shop bought) as required

Method

1
Prepare two separate bowls: in one put the flour and sugar and in the other, eggs, milk and vanilla extract. Mix both well.
2
Combine into one bowl and add the melted butter. Mix well. I used a hand blender for 1 minute.
3
Pour some of the batter into a 20cm diameter frying pan with some butter. Make as many pancakes as you can, but don't add use any more butter to fry them.
4
As you cook each pancake, spread 1 tsp lemon curd on top and stack on a plate.
5
This is the lemon curd. Just arrange each pancake with lemon curd in order.
6
When all the pancakes are stacked, put in the fridge to set slightly. It's ready to serve with some vanilla ice cream, if you like.

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Lemon Curd Crepe Millefeuille

Sweet and sour, the crepes taste really delicious with the hint of lemon.

Recipe By: Tobuchan (https://cookbuzz.com/kitchen/25)

Serves 4

Cook: 20 min

Ingredients

Flour 150g
Sugar 30g
Eggs 3
Milk 375ml
Melted butter 30g
Vanilla extract 6-8 drops
Lemon curd (shop bought) as required

Lemon Curd Crepe Millefeuille

Recipe ID :618 Posted on 29 MAY 2015

Serves 4

Cook 20min
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Sweet and sour, the crepes taste really delicious with the hint of lemon.

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150g
30g
3
375ml
30g
6-8 drops
as required

Method

Cook
20min
1
Prepare two separate bowls:in one put the flour and sugar and in the other, eggs, milk and vanilla extract. Mix both well.
2
Combine into one bowl and add the melted butter. Mix well. I used a hand blender for 1 minute.
3
Pour some of the batter into a 20cm diameter frying pan with some butter. Make as many pancakes as you can, but don't add use any more butter to fry them.
4
As you cook each pancake, spread 1 tsp lemon curd on top and stack on a plate.
5
This is the lemon curd. Just arrange each pancake with lemon curd in order.
6
When all the pancakes are stacked, put in the fridge to set slightly. It's ready to serve with some vanilla ice cream, if you like.
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