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Mary Berry’s Cinnamon Crepes

Mary Berry's thin and simple cinnamon crepes are the perfect classic pancakes for serving on Pancake Day on for a weekend brunch.

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Introduction

So delicate and thin, these are often only served on pancake day, when in fact they are perfect for brunch or breakfast. The first pancake is always a little tricky and may stick. For a traditional crepe, leave out the cinnamon.

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Ingredients

115g (4oz) plain flour
1 tbsp ground cinnamon
2 eggs
225ml (8fl oz) milk
2 tbsp sunflower oil
2 lemons, cut into thin wedges
55g (2oz) caster sugar

Essential kit

You will need: a crepe pan or a non-stick 23cm (9in) shallow frying pan.

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Method

Measure the flour and cinnamon into a bowl. Crack the eggs into the bowl and add a dash of the milk. Whisk together using a balloon whisk to make a thick batter. Slowly pour in the remaining milk, whisking until a smooth thin batter.

Heat a little of the oil in a crepe pan or small nonstick frying pan. Pour just enough of the batter into the pan to give a large disc in the centre. Swirl the pan to make a thin pancake. Fry for a few minutes, until golden on the underside and set on top, then flip over and fry for 1-2 minutes on the other side. Tip on to a warm plate.

Continue with the remaining oil and batter and place a piece of kitchen paper or non-stick baking paper in between the pancakes to prevent sticking.

Serve the warm crepes with a squeeze of lemon and a sprinkling of sugar.

Mary’s Tips: Best made and served – share the cooking and eating.

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