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Recipe of the Month: Crêpe la Suprême de Poulet

It is now August but here is the belated Recipe of the Month for July: Crêpes la Suprême de Poulet. During my recent trip to Montreal (which keeps getting invoked here on this blog), I ate at Crêperie Chez Suzette in downtown Montreal (Vieux-Montréal) and had a delicious meal crêpe that I just had to try myself. It is number four on the Chez Suzette menu.

I went a-Googling and found a great recipe on that I made last week (so this does count as the July Recipe of the Month), though lack of ingredients and time due to unexpected life circumstances meant no mushroom sauce. It was still good, though, according to my wife, and I am much more confident about making crêpes now.


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