DELICIOUS!!! Followed some of the suggestions and beat the eggs in with the milk and water instead, then sifted the flour in gradually as I whisked it. I then added the salt and melted butter and whisked it until it was a really lovely smooth batter. The first one was a bit thick, but after I got the hang of adding the batter to the pan and tilting it quickly, it flowed around to make a lovely, thin crepe. They don't take long to cook, mine were a lovely golden brown at a minute each side. I served them by spreading some Nutella onto it, arranging some sliced strawberries and folding it up burrito style. It was every bit as good as the wonderful crepe cafe near our house. One could probably add sifted confectioner's sugar or whipped cream as well, but I loved them just the way they were. We are going to try doing a savoury version next and attempt replicating the cafe's "Philly Cheesesteak" version with thinly sliced roast beef, slivered red pepper, thinly sliced red onion, spinach, and grated cheese. YUM!!!
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DELICIOUS!!! Followed some of the suggestions and beat the eggs in with the milk and water...