Mango Nutella Crepes


Yields1 Serving
Total Time15 mins

Crepes are easy to cook, with many different flavors, either sweet or savory, they are a very simple solution to my dinner nights. As the main dish or tasty desserts, crepes are always a fast delicious recipe that everyone should know how to cook. 

When I ask my daughter Fiamma, what she wants for dessert she says: crepes! Not the simple suzette type but nice big elaborate crepes filled with ice cream fruit and whip cream! After a while I figured out, what she likes most about crepes is how pretty they can look. Her love for crepes inspires me to create as many different types as possible. No matter what flavors I try or how the plaiting looks, she will always be my biggest crepe fan. 

This is a grilled mango, Nutella filled crepe, you can add a splash of rum when caramelizing the mango with the brown sugar. This will bring a bitter taste to the sweet mango that combines very well with chocolate and ice cream.

 1 cup Milk
 1 cup All purpose flour
 1 Large egg
 1 tbsp Brown sugar
 1 pinch Salt
 1 dash Chocolate Syrup
 1 cup Sliced and diced Fresh Mango
 1 pinch Brown Sugar
 1 tsp Butter
 1 tbsp Cooking oil
 Nutella
 Vanilla Ice cream
 Confectioners Sugar

1

In a mixer pour the milk and egg, then add the flour, a pinch of salt, a splash of chocolate syrup and 1 tbsp of brown sugar. Mix and safe for later.
For better consistency on the crepe, allow the dough to rest for about an hour before using.

2

In a non stick crepe pan add a splash of cooking oil. Spread the dough finely around the pan and cook for about 3 minutes, when it is not stuck to the pan any more flip it to the other side and cook 3 minutes more. Safe your crepes in a large plate and let them chill.

3

In a medium skillet add some butter, sliced mango and cook for a couple of minutes, sprinkle some brown sugar for it to caramelized better.

4

Take a crepe and fill it with a few spoonfuls of nutella throughout the middle of the crepe. Add the sliced caramelized mango and roll your crepe like a burrito, gently.

5

In a serving plate sprinkle confectioners sugar and place your crepe. Decorate with more diced fresh mango and some warm nutella. Add vanilla ice cream and enjoy with a coffee!

Pairing drink: Latte coffee

Music pairing: Night Nurse, Gregory Issac

Ingredients

 1 cup Milk
 1 cup All purpose flour
 1 Large egg
 1 tbsp Brown sugar
 1 pinch Salt
 1 dash Chocolate Syrup
 1 cup Sliced and diced Fresh Mango
 1 pinch Brown Sugar
 1 tsp Butter
 1 tbsp Cooking oil
 Nutella
 Vanilla Ice cream
 Confectioners Sugar

Directions

1

In a mixer pour the milk and egg, then add the flour, a pinch of salt, a splash of chocolate syrup and 1 tbsp of brown sugar. Mix and safe for later.
For better consistency on the crepe, allow the dough to rest for about an hour before using.

2

In a non stick crepe pan add a splash of cooking oil. Spread the dough finely around the pan and cook for about 3 minutes, when it is not stuck to the pan any more flip it to the other side and cook 3 minutes more. Safe your crepes in a large plate and let them chill.

3

In a medium skillet add some butter, sliced mango and cook for a couple of minutes, sprinkle some brown sugar for it to caramelized better.

4

Take a crepe and fill it with a few spoonfuls of nutella throughout the middle of the crepe. Add the sliced caramelized mango and roll your crepe like a burrito, gently.

5

In a serving plate sprinkle confectioners sugar and place your crepe. Decorate with more diced fresh mango and some warm nutella. Add vanilla ice cream and enjoy with a coffee!

Mango Nutella Crepes
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