LYL: Buckwheat Crêpe with ham, cheese, and egg

Did you have to sacrifice any galettes to get a good one?

 

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33 thoughts on “LYL: Buckwheat Crêpe with ham, cheese, and egg

    1. Here is my reply to your post, Kara. “I think we all struggled with this one but I also think lighter buckwheat flour works better. The problem, once the galette was made, was to get the egg cooked properly without burning the galette to a crisp. Also, it was too difficult to fold over. I cannot figure out how to make this recipe work either.”

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    2. Sorry to hear you had such a hard time. My issue was with the egg too. It took a lot longer to cook than expected! (For some reason, I can not sign in to Disqus to comment! Sorry!)

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