|by Sangeeta Khanna|
Indians are well-known for their 'sweet tooth'. Any celebration, be it a festival or a wedding, is incomplete without a variety of mithais (sweets).
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Prepare crepes. Reserve 1 ... about 1 tablespoon strawberry-cheese mixture over ... Roll up. Serve topped with sweetened chilled strawberries. 12 crepes.
Batter: Beat eggs, ... Lightly oil a crepe pan or medium ... and roll. Arrange crepes seam side down ... fresh fruit sauce. Makes 12 servings, 1 crepe each.
Whip the cream ... Chill. Spread on crepe, roll up ... add berries and remove from heat. NOTE: Ice cream can be substituted for the whipped cream mixture.
Put crepe batter ingredients in ... garnish with one strawberry. Makes 6 crepes. NOTE: Crepes ... warmed in microwave oven for a few seconds before filling.
Beat eggs. Add ... minute or so. Turn on to wax paper. Put chopped strawberries on one side and roll up. Chill. Top with strawberry glaze and whipped topping.
Beat egg whites ... Chill. Roll each crepe with 1 or ... warm platter. Mix strawberry liquid and cornstarch. ... slightly thickened. Pour over palacinke.
Beat all above ... hour. Cool. Cool crepes. Spread 1 ... center of crepe. Roll. Chill. Spoon Cool Whip on top and top with fresh or frozen strawberries.
In medium bowl, ... hour. Cook on crepe griddle or in ... 20 to 25 crepes.) 1/3 c. ... cottage cheese 1 c. sour cream 1/2 c. powdered sugar 10 to 12 crepes
Combine flour and ... vegetable oil. Makes crepes, one at ... thoroughly combine yogurt, strawberry spread, and sweetener. ... Per serving: calories 93.
1. Make Crepes: In bowl, ... over crepe. Sprinkle with confectioners' sugar. Garnish with more sour cream and strawberries. Serve at once. Makes 8 servings.
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