|How Do You Say "crêpes"?||
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|What is "crêpes"?||
‘Crêpe, crêpes’is a word used in both English and French. It means ‘pancake, pancakes’ – although French ‘crêpes’ are thinner and finer than English pancakes. Crèpes can be served with savoury or sweet fillings. Remember that the singular and plural of crêpes is pronounced identically in French.
‘Crêpes Suzette’ is a famous French dish. It consists of folded crêpes, served with a a sauce of caramelised sugar and butter, flavoured with orange juice and zest, and orange liqueur. It is flambéed when served.
How do you say ‘crêpes’ in Italian?
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