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Crêpes,Palatschinken,PANCAKE DESSERT STREET FOOD ,SWEETS BRITTANY,France

Crêpes,Palatschinken,PANCAKE  DESSERT  STREET FOOD ,SWEETS BRITTANY,France
These thin pancakes are made with wheat flour, and have origins in the French region of Brittany. Although they are a French staple and a national dish, crêpes are so popular that they have spread worldwide since the turn of the 20th century, when white wheat flour became affordable.


These delectable treats are made with flour, eggs, milk, and butter whipped into a thin batter, which is then poured in a crêpe pan and fried. The tradition is to flip them in the air as they cook, and they say that if you catch it in the pan, your family will be well-off for the rest of the year.


The word crêpe is derived from the Latin root crispa, meaning curdled. Crêpes are one of the best-known French desserts, and they are commonly filled with various sweet fillings such as jam, chocolate, berries, or whipped cream.


They can also be stuffed with savory ingredients such as ham, sausages, cheese, spinach, eggs, or mushrooms. Eaten hot or cold and found in crêperies throughout France and beyond, these delicious pancakes are a true worldwide hit.

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