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Crêpes Suzette

This is just one of those desserts that seem, on the page as on the plate, to be labor-intensive and tricky, but in fact are as simple to make as they are gratifying to eat. For one thing, you can make the crepes in advance; they could sit, piled between torn-off sheets of baking parchment and well wrapped in the refrigerator, for a good three days without coming to any harm. (Photo: Craig Lee for The New York Times)

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Classic crepes Suzette recipe. The decadent, buttery orange sauce is amazing, and who doesn't love a dessert (or breakfast, or brunch) that you flambe?

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from Recapo

The Chew: Legendary Chef Jacques Pepin's Crepes Suzette Recipe

Legendary Chef Jacques Pepin came by The Chew to make his delicious and decadent Crepes Suzette recipe. http://www.recapo.com/the-chew/the-chew-recipes/chew-legendary-chef-jacques-pepins-crepes-suzette-recipe/

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Homemade thin crepes in a sugary orange and Grand Marnier sauce... this crepes suzette recipe is a must try! You will love it...

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from Nigella.com

Crepes Suzette

The Queen of Retro Desserts – Crepes Suzette – all #butter-y and orange-y from nigella.com

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Classic crepe suzette drizzled with a zesty orange and cointreau sauce. Easy to make and simply delicious, find this Waitrose recipe for crepe suzette at waitrose.com/recipes

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from SAVEUR

Crêpes Suzette

Crêpes Suzette - Credit for inventing crepes Suzette is claimed by French restaurateur Henri Charpentier, who in 1894, at age 14, while an assistant waiter, accidentally set a sauce aflame when serving dessert to the Prince of Wales. Once the fire subsided, the sauce was so delicious that the prince asked that the dish be named for a young girl in his entourage, Suzette. http://www.saveur.com/article/Recipes/Crepes-Suzette

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