Crespelle agli asparagi – Asparagus crêpes Class
In France they are called crêpes, in Italy: crespelle. Although these two countries are competing for the origin, a stack of crêpes stuffed with asparagus and ricotta is something you don’t want to miss, no matter the origin of the recipe.
These soft, fluffy crêpes are very versatile to use with sweet or savory fillings. In this recipe, we’ll make my go-to crêpe recipe for a fast and simple batter, using a few pantry staples. Then we’ll stuff the crepes with ricotta and asparagus and bake them with crumbled nuts, parmigiano, and pancetta (optional) on top.
It’s an elegant way to serve these slender green spears, making a great main course for a dinner party.
- 00 double zero flour
- ricotta and grana padano/parmigiano cheese
- hazelnuts or walnuts
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The live version of this class has already happened, so now you participate in the class any time you want via our class replay video.
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– Class replay video (1 hour+)
– Shopping list
– Kitchen tool recommendations
– Recipe instructions
– Printable PDF versions of the ingredients and recipe
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