Ultimate Crêpes Suzette: Whip up the ultimate pancakes and Crêpes Suzette with Angela Nilsen's recipes

Ultimate Crêpes Suzette

Ultimate Crêpes Suzette: Whip up the ultimate pancakes and Crêpes Suzette with Angela Nilsen's recipes

This is just one of those desserts that seem, on the page as on the plate, to be labor-intensive and tricky, but in fact are as simple to make as they are gratifying to eat. For one thing, you can make the crepes in advance; they could sit, piled between torn-off sheets of baking parchment and well wrapped in the refrigerator, for a good three days without coming to any harm. (Photo: Craig Lee for The New York Times)

This is just one of those desserts that seem, on the page as on the plate, to be labor-intensive and tricky, but in fact are as simple to make as they are gratifying to eat. For one thing, you can make the crepes in advance; they could sit, piled between torn-off sheets of baking parchment and well wrapped in the refrigerator, for a good three days without coming to any harm. (Photo: Craig Lee for The New York Times)

Classic crepe suzette drizzled with a zesty orange and cointreau sauce. Easy to make and simply delicious, find this Waitrose recipe for crepe suzette at waitrose.com/recipes

Classic crepe suzette drizzled with a zesty orange and cointreau sauce. Easy to make and simply delicious, find this Waitrose recipe for crepe suzette at waitrose.com/recipes

This tartiflette recipe is a traditional dish from the French Alps. Salad and pickles are essential accompaniments, and charcuterie will turn it into a proper meal.

Tartiflette

This tartiflette recipe is a traditional dish from the French Alps. Salad and pickles are essential accompaniments, and charcuterie will turn it into a proper meal.

Crêpes Suzette - Credit for inventing crepes Suzette is claimed by French restaurateur Henri Charpentier, who in 1894, at age 14, while an assistant waiter, accidentally set a sauce aflame when serving dessert to the Prince of Wales. Once the fire subsided, the sauce was so delicious that the prince asked that the dish be named for a young girl in his entourage, Suzette. http://www.saveur.com/article/Recipes/Crepes-Suzette

Crêpes Suzette

Crêpes Suzette - Credit for inventing crepes Suzette is claimed by French restaurateur Henri Charpentier, who in 1894, at age 14, while an assistant waiter, accidentally set a sauce aflame when serving dessert to the Prince of Wales. Once the fire subsided, the sauce was so delicious that the prince asked that the dish be named for a young girl in his entourage, Suzette. http://www.saveur.com/article/Recipes/Crepes-Suzette

Recipe of the Day: Crepes Suzette with Vanilla Ice Cream and Orange Butter Sauce *National Crepes Suzette Day* | Recipes, Recipes, Recipes

Recipe of the Day: Crepes Suzette with Vanilla Ice Cream and Orange Butter Sauce *National Crepes Suzette Day*

Recipe of the Day: Crepes Suzette with Vanilla Ice Cream and Orange Butter Sauce *National Crepes Suzette Day* | Recipes, Recipes, Recipes

Classic crepes Suzette recipe.  The decadent, buttery orange sauce is amazing, and who doesn't love a dessert (or breakfast, or brunch) that you flambe?

Classic crepes Suzette recipe. The decadent, buttery orange sauce is amazing, and who doesn't love a dessert (or breakfast, or brunch) that you flambe?

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