Turkey Dill Crepes

Remember how I made hollandaise sauce on the first day of Brunch Week? Well, I had an ulterior motive for doing that.  I’ve been wanting to make these crepes for so long, but wanted to use a homemade sauce.  This is one of my favorite dishes at First Watch, although some time ago they changed the recipe to include chives instead of dill.  I also ditched the whipped eggs, because I viewed the calorie count for the restaurant version, and wanted to make it just a wee bit healthier.

I wanted to remind you that there is a doozy of a giveaway going on this week.  Many thanks to the sponsors of Brunch Week: California Walnuts, Lodge Cast Iron, Flavors of Summer, Black Gold Farms, Sunday Supper, Bob’s Red Mill, Whole Foods Orlando, and Stonyfield Farm.  Click the picture to see a description of the prizes, and to enter the giveaway.

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Strawberries and Cream Muffins by The Domestic Mama & The Village Cook
Lemon Poke Cake by Real Housemoms


crepe recipe adapted from Better Homes and Garden

Turkey Dill Crepes

Turkey Dill Crepes

makes 4 crepes

Ingredients

Crepes
¾ c milk
½ c flour
1 egg
½ Tbs vegetable oil
⅛ tsp salt
Filling
2 Tbs olive oil
½ c diced onion
3 oz sliced mushrooms (a little less than half of a small carton)
8 oz. turkey, cubed
1 c packed fresh spinach
3 oz cheese, cubed (or shredded)
2 Tbs chopped fresh dill
Topping
½ c chopped tomato

Instructions

  1. For the crepes: Combine all ingredients in a bowl and whisk until blended. Heat a 6-inch skillet over medium heat. Coat pan with non-stick spray. Pour ¼ c of the batter into the center of the pan. Tilt the pan so the batter spreads over the entire bottom in an even layer. Cook until lightly browned on the bottom, about 2-3 minutes. Flip crepe and cook through on the other side, another minute longer. Crepes can be made one day ahead of time. Store crepes in refrigerator between layers of waxed paper. To reheat, cover the stack of crepes with a damp paper towel and microwave for 1 minute.
  2. For the filling: Heat olive oil in a large skillet over medium-high heat. Add onion and mushrooms, and cook until onions and mushrooms are softened. Add turkey and cook until lightly browned on one side. Add spinach and cook until wilted stirring to combine all ingredients. Remove skillet from heat, and sprinkle the filling with the cheese, and 1 Tbs of the dill. Divide filling between the four (warmed) crepes, placing filling on one half of the surface of the crepe. Fold the other side of the crepe over the filling. Top with hollandaise sauce, tomato, and the remaining dill. Serve immediately.
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Sweet Comments:

  1. Yummy and your photos! So lovely.

  2. Your crepes look so thin, eggy, and perfect! I would totally order this meal at a restaurant. Even better to be able to make it at home… :)

  3. I have yet to tackle homemade crepes – I’m a little scared of them. But yours look beautiful so I’ll give them a shot!

  4. Now that looks very very good! Fresh and Flavorful. I’ll have that for breakfast or lunch or even dinner please! :)

  5. I love savory crepes and this one looks so good!!

  6. I’m envious of your crepe making skills! Will you teach me how to make crepes? lol… These look fab!

    • Kokocooks says:

      Thanks! I actually made them thicker than they’re supposed to be, to diminish tearing.

  7. This is one serious brunch dish. I just love how healthy it is. My hubby is a big egg and turkey guy so this would go over well here. Great recipe and beautiful photos.

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  9. These look like the crepes of my dreams!

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