Beetroot Crepes

Under the Crepes theme I am here today with a bright, beautiful and delicious beetroot crepes. This is a basic crepe recipe with addition of cooked beetroot pulp / paste. You can serve these crepes for breakfast or evening snack or when ever you like to. 

For day 2 and week 2 under the theme " Crepes for all" here goes the recipe of Beetroot Crepes......



Ingredients:


 All purpose flour 1 cup
Beetroot 1 large
Eggs 4
Sugar 1 tbs
Milk 1 1/2 cup
Salt 1/4 spoon
Whipped cream
Chocolate syrup
Preparation:


Except beetroot blend all the ingredients into smooth batter. You can either presser cook beetroot or use raw one.
I prefer cooked beetroot as it gives a smooth texture to the crepe.
If using raw peel the skin off and cut the beetroot into small pieces.
Grind to smooth paste with out adding any water.
If  presser cooking, peel the skin off and presser cook beetroot  for 2 whistles.
Let cool completely, grind to smooth paste along and add to batter.
Now add the beetroot paste to the batter and mix well.
Grease a non stick pan  and drop a large scoop of batter and swirl the pan to spread all over evenly.
Let cook till it leaves the edges, flip and cook on other side.
Garnish with whipped cream and chocolate syrup.




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Comments

Padmajha PJ said…
This has been on my list for a long time. Looks so vibrant!
Beet root lends such a pretty color to the crepes and served with Cream and chocolate they must have been a real treat .
Srivalli said…
You have surely got a very colourful one there!
Harini R said…
A very colorful crepe there!
A colorful crepe and great way to use those earthy beets.
Sapana Behl said…
Such colorful and healthy dosa with beetroots.
Sowmya :) said…
Love the idea of beetroot in the crepe. Such a beautiful colour.
Such a lovely color it has got .. Lovely :)
Priya Suresh said…
Omg, such a colourful crepes there, seriously alluring.
wow!!!That is a bright coloured vibrant crepe.

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