Seeking the best zucchini recipes? If you like zucchini pancakes, you'll want to try our zucchini crepes.
Zucchini are some of the most versatile vegetables on the planet. They're mild on their own, which makes them the perfect addition to stir-fries and other mixed vegetable recipes.
They're also resistant to discoloration, retaining their bright green color throughout the cooking process.
With their appetizing green "stripes," zucchini crepes are as distinctive as they are delicious.
They're delicious on their own, with just a pat of butter, or wrapped around your favorite crepe fillings.
Yield: 10 8-inch or 12 6-inch crepes
Combine all ingredients except zucchini and thyme into a blender and mix until well-blended. You may also combine them by hand. If combining by hand, mix the eggs and milk separately and combine slowly with the dry ingredients. Mix in the melted butter last. Important: Refrigerate the batter for at least 30 minutes. This gives the batter the opportunity to rest and fully come together.
After batter has been refrigerated, and you are ready to make your crepes, stir in the grated zucchini and thyme.
How To Make Crepes in 6 Easy Steps. Now that you've made your batter, we highly recommend that you read this detailed list of instructions—from flipping the crepe to storing them until ready to use.
You'll enjoy swirling this batter and watching the interesting patterns that emerge!
These crepes make delicious "wrappers" for any kind of sautéed vegetables, especially cherry tomato recipes with melted cheddar cheese.And if you like green crepes, be sure and give our spinach crepe recipe a try!
Want more veggie crepe ideas? We suggest our Easy Green Bean Recipes for Crepes.
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