American Masters

Jacques Pépin makes easy and delicous crêpes

Special | 6m 5s | Video has closed captioning.

"I always had crêpes as a child, and made them countless times for my daughter and granddaughter. There is nothing easier than making crêpes. I put a piece of butter to melt in a skillet, and by the time that butter is melted I have mixed enough milk, flour, and an egg to make half a dozen crêpes. You can serve them with jam inside or something savory, like ham or cheese. Easy and delicious."

Aired: 09/04/20

Rating: NR

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