Ham and Swiss crepes (with Honey Mustard sauce)
By Deb Crane songchef
Years ago, my Mom and I would go to a restaurant called The Magic Pan. They served crepes of every kind. We so enjoyed the ham crepes with honey mustard sauce! I have been trying to duplicate the recipes for years now, and by George I think Ive got it! The honey mustard sauce would also be good on chicken tenders or pork. I will post the sauce separately, because the sauce is so versatile and can be used to enhance so many recipes.
Melt the butter and add the flour. Stir vigorously to make a paste. Add milk all at once, stirring continuously. Stir until the sauce has thickened. Remove form heat.
Add to the white sauce, and mix until completely blended.
Add all crepe ingredients and mix until well blended and smooth. If bubbles appear, let rest while preparing the filling. Butter a small frying pan. Spoon in the batter, about 2 tablespoons at a time, to the heated,buttered pan. Tilt the pan, swirling the batter evenly to make a circle about 7 inches in diameter. Let cook over medium/low heat, until edges appear dry, and slightly browned. Turn crepe over, and heat the other side for an additional minute to set. Use all batter, making one crepe at a time, set aside. (makes about 10 7 inch crepes)
My honey mustard sauce:
Honey Mustard sauce
About this Recipe
Pat Duran kitchenchatter - Jun 14, 2012
Very nice Deb- thanks for sharing.
Deb Crane songchef - Jun 14, 2012
Thank you Pat. :) They are tasty. I used a turkey Ham this time and liked that it wasnt so salty.
Nancy R Robeyone - Jun 15, 2012
Deb, My Mom and I always went to that place too! What great memories. Saving this one my dear! Thanks so much!!!!!
Deb Crane songchef - Jun 15, 2012
Nancy! I thought I was the only one who remembered this restaurant! It was a favorite, and this recipe comes as close as I can remember taste wise. Gooood stuff! :)
I had left over stuffing and spread it on tortillas for an appetizer for the weekend. Worked out nice! I will get a picture when I cut them into little round roll ups.
Good memories indeed! :)
Deb Crane songchef - Jun 16, 2012
I shared a photo of this recipe.