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Savory Paleo spinach crepes. Gluten-free, grain-free, dairy-free.
Preheat frying pan on low heat. Melt palm shortening and set aside.
Add all dry ingredients except spinach to blender; blend on high speed for 20-30 seconds to sift and combine dry ingredients thoroughly. Empty into large mixing bowl and set aside.
Add all wet ingredients to blender, including the spinach, and blend on high until smooth and well mixed. Add dry ingredients back in and blend until well incorporated with wet ingredients.
Dip your pastry brush in the liquid fat and brush a thin coating all over your frying pan, coat it thoroughly, and don’t skip around the edges. The oil will go very far when you spread it thinly.
Using a ladle or spoon, pour about 1/4 cup of the batter into the greased frying pan and swirl it around to spread it out in the pan until it’s the size you want (6″ rounds are recommended). Try not to stretch it too thin or it might tear or cook unevenly.
Cook until lightly browned and firm on one side, gently flip over and cook other side until also lightly browned and firm.
After each crepe, remove it from the pan onto a plate and brush with cooking fat before each ladle goes in. I don’t recommend cooking more than one at a time unless you use a large griddle.
Repeat until all batter is used.
Don’t be alarmed when batter thickens the longer it sits. Quickly spread it out in pan to avoid uneven cooking.
I highly recommend using these as savory crepes, lasagna noodles, manicotti shells, Mexican casseroles, or as a sandwich wrap!
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