Turkey Provolone Crepes

 

I was talking to my husband on his way home from work and he asked what was for dinner, when I told him these crepes his response was, “oh yes!” Generally I would categorize these under “chick foods” and he is definitely not a chick food kind of guy, but these are delicious enough to make the cut. Which says a lot. They are so full of flavor, whip up in a flash and for that one picky child (ahem…not naming names…) you can just roll up some plain crepes, drizzle with syrup and everyone is happy. There’s a reason these have graced our table so many times over the years!

For the crepe: Spread a little butter on the pan then pour in approx. ¼ C of batter; lift and tilt skillet to spread batter

Return to heat and cook until it starts to bubble then flip it over and cook until lightly browned (about 1 min each side)

 

Return a crepe to the skillet over medium heat, On one half of the crepe, layer on cheese, turkey, tomatoes, avocado and spinach. Season with salt and pepper then drizzle with a little ranch dressing. Fold the other half over and heat on skillet

Flip and cook both sides until cheese is melted

Cut in half for serving, and enjoy!

For the crepes:

1 ½ c milk
1 c flour
2 Tb sugar
1 Tb veg. oil
2 eggs

In a bowl combine milk, eggs, oil, and sugar. Slowly whisk in flour and beat until smooth. Heat a lightly greased skillet over medium heat. Spread a little butter on the pan then pour in approx. ¼ C of batter; lift and tilt skillet to spread batter. Return to heat and cook until it starts to bubble then flip it over and cook until lightly browned (about 1 min each side). Cook all the crepes first then set aside.

Filling:
Deli shaved turkey
Provolone cheese slices
Tomatoes, sliced
Avacados, sliced
Baby spinach leaves
Ranch dressing
Salt and pepper

Return a crepe to the skillet over medium heat, On one half of the crepe, layer on cheese, turkey, tomatoes, avocado and spinach. Season with salt and pepper then drizzle with a little ranch dressing. Fold the other half over and heat on skillet (flip and cook both sides) until cheese is melted.

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7 thoughts on “Turkey Provolone Crepes

  1. Kara B says:

    I love your blog! I use your recipes all the time & always check the blog for dinner ideas. I found this blog I think from a link on Michelle Yost's blog. (Or one of my other relatives in AZ). Thanks for all the super recipes!!!

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