- For the dough:
- 10 g of unsalted butter
- 80 g pastry flour
- 1 pinch of salt
- a little thyme or rosemary
- 2 eggs L
- 120 ml of milk
- butter or oil to grease
- For the filling:
- chopped leftover roasted chicken
- 2 slightly ripe tomatoes
- grated cheese
- black pepper
- extra virgin olive oil
When I started living as a couple time ago I learned to reduce the amounts of prescriptions and buy just enough for two people, but there are times when cooking rations worth more. I usually do not skimp when it comes to grilling chicken baked, because the leftovers are great and very versatile, as in these roasted chicken, tomato and cheese crepes.
See how to make Roasted chicken, tomato and cheese crepes:
1. Melt the butter and let cool slightly. Or have flour in medium bowl, add a pinch of salt, thyme and rosemary and mix with a whisk. Form a gap and add the lightly beaten eggs, milk and butter. Mix well until a smooth dough liquid.
2. Cover with plastic wrap and let stand about 20 minutes in the refrigerator. Grease a nonstick skillet or griddle good with butter or oil and heat. Add scoops of dough, turning the pan to spread it well and leave thin crêpes, or thickness like. Cook a couple of minutes on each side over medium heat. Remove to a plate and repeat with the remaining dough.
3. To form the crêpes, spread on half of each unit a few thin slices of tomato, roast chicken meat shredded and grated Emmental cheese. Add salt, pepper and oregano and a little extra virgin olive oil. Close half and heat a little so that the cheese melts slightly.
These Roasted chicken, tomato and cheese crepes are perfect for a lazy lunch at home weekend or for a dinner without complications. The good thing is we have to just cook anything, we can reuse leftovers from other meals and the mass of crêpes list can be left in the refrigerator in advance. Unopened, it is best to keep them well wrapped in plastic film and give them heat stroke just before serving. Although I like to dry out a little, I confess, it was the whim I shared with my brother as children with leftover pancakes prepared my father.