Fagottino Rosso

Something different for my page” finger food” (il rustico),  I decided to make the crepes but not in the classic mode, but rather in something original …. Fagottino rosso
I know what you think but I think I have become accustomed to eating different from a traditional…
However, as I always say: Try and let me know

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INGREDIENTS:

Is the same preparation of classis’s crepes , the only thing that I add in the mixture are the  BEETS, and I assure you that at the end of the procedure will not feel any taste of beets

With this data you can  make about .. 6 / 7 red crepes

  1. 3 Eggs
  2. circa 100 g Boiled Beets
  3. 125 grFlour
  4. 250 dl Milk

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I put 3 eggs in the blinder with the  beets and I mix all together until the mixture is liquid

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I sifted the flour and I added the flour in the mixture , stirring, slowly

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Now that the mixture and a bit dry (with the addition of flour) add the milk and mix everything until it becomes cream

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The mixuture must be like you seen onthe pict very cream

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It’s time to make the crepes, in  a oleate pan with a paper napkin , every time I step in to  the pan  oiled and the pancake does not burn,

add the mixture and I let soft fried for a while for both side…and voila you get the Red pancakes.

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After you’ve gotten the red pancake , can serve at your liking, as you can see in this photo, I served my dinner: with a filling of leeks some  cheese, and pancetta, I left the red pancake in the oven at about 20 degrees, almost crunchy (20 minutes)… and buon appetito ….

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