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Crepe Maker and Non-Stick 12" Griddle by CucinaPro (1448) - Includes Spreader and Recipe Guide

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  • Delicate crepes and blintzes are made quickly and easily on this 12" non-stick crepe maker and griddle.
  • Five different temperature settings, you'll have precise control for perfect results.
  • The batter spreader, which is an important part of making super-thin crepes, is included.
  • The aluminum plate is also ideal for using as a griddle, perfect for making stacks of pancakes, bacon and other breakfast favorites.
  • The On/Off ready light lets you know when the plate is hot enough.
  • Rubber feet for extra stability.
  • Includes recipes for basic crepe batter, fresh mushroom crepes, and blueberry blintzes.
  • Wipe clean
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Making crepes has never been so quick and easy. Simply plug the crepe maker in to let it heat up, spread a thin layer of batter and watch it cooks in seconds. Our electric Griddle and Crepe maker has a 12 inch diameter surface, ideal for traditional French crepes. Features a non-stick aluminum plate and 5 different temperature settings. Batter spreader included.

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Product Dimensions 14 x 4.2 x 15.8 inches
Item Weight 1 ounces
Shipping Weight 4.5 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
Department Small Appliances
Manufacturer CucinaPro
ASIN B001EZCJL8
Domestic Shipping This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
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Item model number 1448
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4.3 out of 5 stars 625 customer reviews

4.3 out of 5 stars
Best Sellers Rank #1,671 in Home & Kitchen (See Top 100 in Home & Kitchen)
#1 in Kitchen & Dining > Small Appliances > Specialty Appliances > Crepe Makers
Date first available at Amazon.com May 5, 2003

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By Jonathan Ee on September 16, 2009
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I wanted to make dessert crepes and purchased this because of the price. This baby works like a charm! Takes about 5 minutes to heat up and man it gets hot! For best results, put it on level 2 or 3 and pour the batter right in the center. That way you got time to spread the batter around the surface before it firms up. Try to control the thickness of the crepe because you don't want it spongy. You want it as thin as possible.

Other points to note:
1. The only way to clean it is to use a cloth and wipe the surface clean.
2. The included spreader is very good. Maybe a bit too big for it, but it works great.
3. You don't need to buy a wooden spatula or anything like that. A regular plastic spatula works great. The crepes don't stick to the surface even without spray or butter.
4. The edge of the surface is elevated. This is not like traditional, larger crepe makers which are totally flat allowing for the crepe to be handled by a straight spatula. This isn't a downside though because it can keep the batter from dripping down the side.

Overall this is an amazing crepe maker for the money. You won't be disappointed.
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By Harold Filliez on September 9, 2008
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There is not much more than I can say. This is a fantastic crepe maker. I have used the villaware flip over and the pans and never enjoyed making crepes like I do with this maker. It takes a little practice using the spreader but when you get it, you will make perfect crepes every time. I used to love going to the pier in San Francisco and getting crepes, now in Florida I really missed that. The only thing I can mention about this is to thin your batter a little bit. This will help the spreading of the crepe. It also makes some of the best pancakes around as you can really control the temperature well.
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Had it for 4 weeks now, and love it. The only thing I wonder about is the thermostat; anything over 2.5 is too hot,and you wont have time to spread the batter out before it gets to hard. But that's OK, just set it at 2 or a little above, and everything is fine.
The recipe in the manual is not really for a real "French" crepe though, this is the basic recipe you should use:
10-12 crepes
50g (scant half stick) butter, melted
4 eggs, regular size
2 teaspoons of sugar
a pinch of salt
250g (9 oz) of flour
and 1/2 liter (2 cups) of milk

Mix dry ingredients then add eggs milk and butter and let rest for at least 1/2 hour before using.

I use it mostly for breakfast crepes, and I recommend trying it. Immediately after you flip the crepe over, quickly, and I mean quick, add cheese, some diced ham, some chopped tomato (remove seeds first), and an over easy egg. Then fold the 4 "sides" over so it becomes a square package. Remove and serve.
Use whatever stuff you have, like seafood, sausage, mushrooms, herbs...

Make a batch and practice using the wooden spreader before trying to impress on your friends and family. It takes some time getting the hang of it. And remember: THIN crepes! We are not making flap jacks here...
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I have been looking for a crepe maker for a long time now and finally found this one online. The price is what drew me to purchase the CucinaPro 1448 12 Inch Griddle and Crepe Maker. When I received this I was a little worried to open the box because it was shipped only with its original manufacturer's box and not placed in a shipping box. The box was a little beat up. However, the crepe maker was unharmed. It had styrofoam packing materials so the crepe maker was not damaged.

I was skeptical at first if it would function like the crepe makers I see in crepe restaurants, but after my first try I was really impressed. It heats up fast and it has an indicator that tells you it is ready. It does not stick and produces a well-shaped crepe approximately 12-inches in diameter. It came with an instruction booklet and basic crepe recipe. It also has a wooden crepe spreader, so you would not have to buy one. Buying separate spreader can cost you at least $15.00 so that is money you can save and use for ingredients! Furthermore, it is easy to clean and lightweight. I use it to make crepes for my family. I make breakfast, lunch, dinner and dessert crepes with this one. A lot better than doing it in a pan. It's a great conversation piece whenever I am entertaining friends and family. I would definitely recommend this product to anyone who is looking for a crepe maker that works and easy on the wallet!
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Have made crepes for years using various pans. We put off buying a crepe machine for years. We decided to buy dedicated crepe maker after our most recent trip to France. In Brittany they use a batter using ble noir (black wheat), what we call buckwheat, which isn't wheat all but is a relative of rhubarb. Sometimes we use all purpose flour, sometimes buckwheat, and sometimes a mixture. Each to his own.The spreader that is included is easier to use than the flat faced ones that are more common in France. The round bar slips around better and doesn't get stuck in the fresh batter during spreading. A light touch is best, as is going in only one direction while spreading the batter to the edge of the surface. We have found 1/2 cup of batter to be perfect. The thickness of the batter requires slight adjustments each time depending on humidity, dryness of the flour, etc. Sometimes rubbing with butter between crepes helps. We find that a little vegetable oil in the batter helps prevent the crepes from sticking. A friend just brought us a thin wooden spatula that can't scratch the surface. We use about half or a little more of the flour that the packaged recipe calls for. Don't be afraid to experiment.

We apply a thin coating of butter with a paper towel before the first batch. Most importantly, the machine heats up quickly, maintains its temperature, and is just a joy to work with. Our friends in France have somewhat larger, heavier duty models that cost 500 euros and up. Easy to clean. For the money this unit is AMAZING.

Every time we have used this machine (probably 20 times so far, including parties), the results have been superb. We find that setting the temp just under 2.5 works best.
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