Crepes Galliano

Menu Part: 
Dessert
Cuisine Type: 
American
Serves: 
50

Sweeten up your dessert menu with these crepes, featuring fruit, crunch and Pastry Cream.

Ingredients

Crepe
6 oz. butter
2.5 lb. flour
1 oz. salt
2 oz. sugar
2.5 lb. eggs
2.75 qt. milk

Crepes Galliano
100 crepes
4.75 lb. Pastry Cream [recipe follows]
2 cups chopped citron or candied fruit (if desired)
2 lb. butter
5 lb. sugar
2 cups Galliano
1/4 cup orange zest
1/4 cup lemon zest

Pastry Cream
Yield: 2 pounds + 12 ounces
1.75 pint milk
3 oz. sugar
3 oz. sugar
3 oz. egg yolks
1.5 oz. flour
1 oz. cornstarch
4 oz. milk
.25 oz. butter
.5 oz. vanilla

Steps

Crepe

  1. Melt butter. Sift dry items.
  2. Beat eggs until fluffy.
  3. Add milk and butter to eggs.
  4. Add dry items and mix until smooth.
  5. Grill one #20 scoop on hot griddle or crepe pan.

Crepes Galliano

  1. Fill crepes with Pastry Cream and .75 ounces or 1 ounces if citron is added.
  2. Melt butter in Rondeau. Add sugar and reduce to light caramel. Finish with Galliano.
  3. Add orange zest or lemon zest.
  4. Heat crepes in pan with butter and add sauce 1.5 ounces per 2 crepes.

Pastry Cream

  1. Boil milk and first sugar. Mix together and add remaining items except butter and vanilla.
  2. Add half of hot milk and stir.
  3. Return to rest of milk and stir continually, until it comes to a boil.
  4. Remove from heat and stir in butter and vanilla.
Source: Thibodaux Regional Medical Center

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