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Goat cheese and Walnut Crêpe
Goat cheese and Walnut Crêpe
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A homemade French Crêpe or galette is easier to prepare than you think. So, if you are planning on having a French themed evening, why not trying these delicious goat cheese and walnut crepes. You can even finish the dinner with a sweet crêpe with Nutella as dessert.

Ingredient List for 6 servings:
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100 gr Goat cheese
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100 gr Walnuts
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150 gr Cheese
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120 gr Buckwheat flour
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60 gr Flour
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400 ml Milk
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2 tablespoons Olive oil
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1 Egg
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1 teaspoon Salt
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1 pinch Black pepper
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2 tablespoon BUtter
Instructions:
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Mix the buck wheat flour, the flour, salt, and black pepper in a bowl.
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Add the milk and mix well.
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Add the olive oil and the egg and stir together.
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Let the crêpe batter rest cold for 30 minutes.
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Cut the goat cheese in tranches.
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Take out the crêpe batter and stir. If the batter is too thick, you can add some more milk.
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Heat up a frying pan and melt some of the butter.
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Cover the bottom of the frying pan with a thin layer of the crêpe batter.
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Flip the crêpe on the other side. Place some cheese, walnuts, and goat cheese in the middle of the crepe.
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Fold the edges towards the middle so you have a square. Serve warm immediately.
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