Easy crepes recipe for dinner.
Tired of the same old main dishes and don't know what to have for dinner?
We have a special treat for you: this blend of sweet and savory flavors is a mouth-watering delight you'll never forget.
The salty prosciutto fits perfectly with the sweet figs and aromatic Gorgonzola cheese. Try it and see for yourself.
This recipe was inspired by a trip to the Carrboro Farmer's Market, where I found the most delicious jar of homemade fig preserves. One spoonful and I just knew it belonged in a crepe.
But of course I couldn't stop there and just make a "normal" sweet dessert crepe with fig preserves. No, once I was happily cooking in my kitchen, I got creative (and hungry) and invented this wonderful sweet and savory easy crepes recipe with prosciutto, figs and Gorgonzola.
It's a perfect quick and easy dinner, that everyone in your family (including the kids) will like.
Preheat oven to 350 degrees. Lay first crepe on a flat working surface.
Spread ¼ cup preserves on the bottom. Layer 2 slices of prosciutto and top with ¼ cup Gorgonzola, sprinkled evenly across the top.
Fold crepe into quarters. Repeat procedure with remaining crepes. Place crepes on baking sheet and bake until cheese begins to melt.
Note: This is a very filling dish and we find that one crepe per person is quite sufficient for a quick dinner, especially when served with a side dish.
We love to make a big tossed salad with greens, tomatoes and bell peppers as a side dish for this easy dinner.
Yield: 4 servings (1 folded quarter each)
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