- First courses
- 20 min
Speck, Walnut and Fresco Spalmabile Bundles
1 heaping tablespoon “00” flour
75 ml milk
1 medium egg
For the filling:
Nonno Nanni Fresco Spalmabile
50 g speck
a handful of shelled walnuts
Nonno Nanni Fresco Spalmabile is a fresh, soft and spreadable cheese, with a lively but delicate flavour.
Thin, soft crepes with a super creamy filling and a bit of crunch. This recipe makes it possible for anyone to look good in the kitchen. It's quick to prepare and results are guaranteed. It comes to use from Simona Cherubini, blogger at Simona's Kitchen.
This is how it's made:
Sift the flour into a bowl with the milk. Mix well until you have a smooth batter without lumps.
Add the egg and beat it to mix into the batter.
Use a small non-stick frying pan (about 22 cm in diameter) and grease with butter so the batter won't stick. Heat the pan and pour in a small ladle of batter; cook for a few minutes on both sides.
Cut the speck into strips and fry in a pan until crispy.
Coarsely chop the walnuts and add everything to the Nonno Nanni Fresco Spalmabile.
Put the mixture in the middle of a crepe and crimp the edges to form into a little bundle.
Tie it closed by using a chive as a ribbon. If you like, you can make it decorative by tying it into a bow.
Serve and enjoy your meal!
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