Crepe Turner--Metal or Wood?


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Crepe Turner--Metal or Wood?

Chownow101 | Dec 14, 2013 09:33 AM

Hi there! I have tried to make crepes a few times, and it keeps breaking. Every time I flip it over, it folds, and then cracks. I've decided that after trying different methods I should invest in a turner. I see wooden ones by table sur, for 2.99, they are 11 inches by 2 inches. Then I see many metal ones going up to 14 to 20 inches long and always 2 inches wide. I am going to also be making ingera bread for ethopian stews, so this will be used for that as well. I don't have a crepe pan, I have non stick 10 inch pan, and cast iron skillets. I'm not very coordinated, please keep in mind, so I think I need something stupid proof. Also, do you think the trowel spreader is worth it? I like to make batters that are gluten free and eventually would like to alter it to a vegan recipe down the line...

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