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This recipe for Pannekoeken (Belgian crepes), by Lisa Allen, is from The Richins Family Cookbook ,
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3 eggs 2 cups milk 1 cup water 1/2 cup margarine 1 T vanilla 2 T sugar 2 cups flour
Whip eggs in bowl. Add milk, water, vanilla and sugar; mixing well. Melt margarine in pan. Gradually add flour to liquids. Stir in margarine. Cook like crepes. Spread butter and sprinkle powdered sugar on crepe and roll.
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