In Mexico, dulce de leche is called cajeta, it is prepared from a combination of cow and goat's milk, sugar, and vanilla. It can be wrapped with some liquor or burned (over caramelized) and is used to prepare cakes, tarts, cookies, ice cream, sauce, and other traditional sweets.
Crepas de cajeta are a classic Mexican dessert with French influence, and here you will learn how to easily prepare them using only flour tortillas (You can also prepare the flour or use the crepes ready to eat). We promise you this version of Cajeta Crepes is delicious. Do you dare to try them?
Here is the recipe:
(Serves 6 Crepes)
130gr of cajeta dulce de leche Coronado
60gr of walnut chopped
Vanilla ice cream (optional)
Spread cajeta on flour tortillas until well coated.
Sprinkle with chopped walnuts.
Fold the tortillas into a triangle shape and arrange them on a platter.
Cover with the rest of the cajeta and sprinkle with more nuts.
Bake for 5 minutes or until the cajeta is melted.
Serve, add a scoop of Vanilla ice cream on top, and decorate with chocolate syrup.
The crepes with cajeta should be eaten at the moment so that the crepe does not get cold, as it would lose the dish a lot.
Check out more cajeta dulce de leche recipes here.
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