Thursday, April 25, 2013

Sweet & Sour Beef on Egg Crepes


Have you ever had Egg Crepes? Not Omelettes, these are thin - crepes.  So delicious, we all loved this dish, not sure whether it was the topping, the crepes or the combination.

I think I will go with the combination of the two as both were really good.  The only extra we added was some dinner rolls.

This could also be a great brunch, come to think of it ! 

I piled up 3 or 4 crepes per plate and then added the topping.  There was some strange looks as everyone expected a pancake type of thing, but they were pleasantly surprised to bite into an egg crepe.

Sweet & Sour Beef on Egg Crepes

{serves 4}

6 Extra-Large Eggs
1/4 cup Milk
2 t Olive Oil
400g Thin Steaks, cut into strips
1 Red Bell Pepper, thin strips
1 Green Bell Pepper, thin strips
1 Yellow Bell Pepper, thin strips
1/3 cup Sweet & Sour Sauce  {your favorite}
Parsley or Coriander, to garnish  {optional}

1.) Beat the Eggs and Milk together - heat a non-stick frying pan over medium heat - use about 1/2 of a soup ladle Egg mixture per crepe - tip and turn the pan in order for the mixture to cover the bottom - cook until done {about 1 minute} turn over and cook the other side as well - repeat until all is done - keep warm.
2.) Heat the Olive Oil in a large pan - stir-fry the Steak strips until cooked {about 2 minutes} - add the Pepper strips and stir-fry another 3 - 4 minutes - add the Sweet & Sour Sauce, simmer an additional two minutes.

Place 2 or 3 crepes on a plate - top with the Sweet & Sour Beef and serve.

Hope you enjoy this recipe!



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6 comments:

  1. This would be perfect for Sunday Breakfast for the hubs....will keep him happy till dinner...which will make me very happy too!!!!!! lol
    Thank you for posting Linda! Yummy! Pinned onto my good eats board. Lizy

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  2. I'm always learning something from you! I have never had egg crepes...just regular ones. They look delicious though!

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  3. Putting this yummy dish on top of an egg crepe is brilliant. What a great meal.

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  4. YUMMY!!! Just pinned. Another awesome recipe. Thanks so much for sharing at A Bouquet of Talent. :)

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  5. Thank you for sharing on The Country Cook. I think I will be adding this to my rotation of meals!

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