Serves: 2 Time: 15 mins (if that)
Ingredients: 4 eggs, a couple of tablespoons of coconut flour, about a cup of water. Seasonal vegetables of your choice, chopped onions and garlic if you like them, curry powder, ginger, salt and pepper (or your spices of choice – garam masala or ras el hanout would be great), butter for frying. I also added a chopped rasher of bacon for extra flavour but I realise that is a bit random with curry powder. It was yum.
Steps: Saute onions and garlic in butter, then add your selection of finely chopped vegetables, spices, salt and pepper and cook, stirring occasionally, until softened and aromatic.
While this is cooking, combine eggs, coconut flour and water together. Heat butter in a frying pan to a low-medium heat. Pour a teeny bit of the batter in to see if it is the right consistency to hold together. If it seems as though it will fall apart, then add another egg and a smidgen more flour. Once you have it right, pour about a half a cup of the batter into the buttered pan. Cook for a few minutes until it holds together enough to flip, then and cook the other side.
Fill the crepe with your spiced veges and enjoy! If you have fermented veges, then they would be a great addition. Some fresh avocado would go nicely too. Cheese is also good. The possibilities are endless!
You can play around with this; use different veges and spice combinations, or add some meat. Go nuts and experiment!
By Franklee Healthy