Chicken Crepes

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Dec 132010

Chicken Crepes

These chicken crepes are full of flavor…the recipe is very simple and full of flavor. It you enjoy savory crepes, you should definitely give this a try.


Chicken Filling
2 chicken breasts
1 small onion chopped
3 garlic cloves finely chopped
½ bunch of fresh parsley chopped
1 cup frozen corn,
1~2 basil leaves
1 tablespoon butter
½ tablespoon olive oil
1 ½ cup milk
1 ½ tablespoon corn starch
Salt and pepper to taste

Crepe batter
2 large eggs
1 cup milk
½ cup water
1 cup all purpose flour
3 tablespoon butter melted
Pinch of salt

¾ cup shredded Mozzarella cheese
½ tablespoon dry parsley


Chicken filling

Boiled the chicken breast in water by adding bay leaves, salt and pepper for about 10~ 15 minutes. Once cooked remove the chicken from the water shred after cool down.

In another pan sautee the onion and the garlic with the butter and olive oil in medium heat, once slightly brown, add the shredded chicken and the frozen corn.

Mix gently and add the milk, salt and pepper to taste, while the corn is cooking with the chicken in the milk, mix the corn starch in the water. Add the dissolved corn starch slowly in the chicken by mixing continuously.

Once the chicken filling turns creamy add the parsley and let it bubble again.

Remove the chicken filling from the heat.

Crepe batter

Mix all the ingredients in the blender. Heat a 9 in pan with a small amount of butter, add ¼ cup of the batter into the pan, and spread the batter by rotating the pan.

Cook until the crepe is set and slightly brown, and then turn to cook the other side.

Slide to a plate and keep doing the same until all the batter is gone.

How to Assemble

Place some of the chicken filling in the crepe, roll and place the rolled crepe in a butter pyrex dish.

Repeat unit the crepes filled the pyrex dish.

Cover with mozzarella cheese and sprinkle with dry parsley.

Place the crepes in a preheated oven at 350F for 15 to 20 minutes.

Serve hot.

Enjoy this simple recipe!

Curiosity Corner Jan 2013
Did you know that crepes are considered a French national dish?

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  83 Responses to “Chicken Crepes”

  1. I’m really not picky when it comes to crepes…any and all satisfy me! Love the sound of this filling!

  2. These crepes look so tasty and they reminded me of how much time has passed by since the last time I made crepes. I think I may reconsider.

  3. Definitely love savory crepes 🙂 …esp with tasty fillings.

  4. This recipe reminds me of my favourite dish at an Italian restaurant I used to go to with my parents when i was growing up. I haven’t thought of it for years but I now feel inspired to recreate it. Thank you.

  5. I just discovered what I want for dinner!!!!!

  6. I’ve never had a chicken crepe before, usually the dessert kinds. I’d definitely enjoy this for dinner or lunch. Love the addition of the corn to give it some sweetness. Lovely recipe, Juliana.

  7. I would love to enjoy this too! Looks healthy and delicious!

  8. This dish reminds me of the crepes I used to eat at a cafe when I was at university – their chicken crepes had corn and cheese in them, too, and they were delicious. Just like yours!

  9. This is pure comfort food — but done up in an elegant little package. Yum!

  10. What a great post. Your recipes and photos are really terrific. I hope you are having a great day. Blessings…Mary

  11. Your crepes all look great … so skillful!

  12. YUM! I want to be YOUR dinner guest! …or maybe even just eat your leftovers!

  13. These sound wonderful. I have never made them this way before. I usually make them with ground meat.

  14. I really really enjoy chicken crepes.Love the filling that you have made!

  15. Hey, those crepes look wonderful, what a great meal they would make.
    *kisses* HH

  16. This looks and sounds amazing! Great directions and photos.

  17. Mmm. Crepes are a favorite of mine. I’ve been planning to make them for some time now. Your version looks beautiful and delicious all rolled into one!

  18. I’ve never had savoury crepes before but these look delicious! I love the way you layout your photos too. It looks so delicious and the fact that it’s simple is a big bonus for me!

  19. I love crepes especially with your delicious chicken stuffing 🙂

  20. Oh honey, I’m all over these. What a great idea. Crepes works year round for me but adding something savory takes them to another level. Niiiice!

  21. Actually, I cannot remember the last time I had savoury crepes. Must rectify immediately, I think I know what’s on the menu tonight 🙂 Thanks for the inspiration.

  22. I’ve been searching for the perfect satay recipe for a while now… shall have to give yours a try!

  23. These crepes look delicious, I love your chicken filling, especially the corn and basil. I haven’t made crepes in years, I don’t know why it’s been so long because I’ve always liked them. Thanks for your inspiration Juliana:)

  24. All I can say is WOW! These look absolutely amazing. I am bookmarking this for sure. I have never tried crepes before but these look irresistible. You did a great job!

  25. My mom made a wonderful chicken crepe dish that we enjoyed growing up. This looks very similar…but with the wonderful addition of the corn. I love this idea! Thank you for sharing with me today. Have an afternoon full of love!

  26. i love the filling, I have tons of frozxen corn..and crepes are always a welcome dish in my house..


  27. Oh my Gosh Juliana. I also made crepes this weekend. But didn’t do the filling. I will have to give this a try.

  28. There is a restaurant nearby that serves chicken crepes and I have enjoyed them there many times. I would love to try to make them at home, Juliana. This recipe looks delicious.

  29. These looks so much healthier than the ones I make! They look delectable. Nice step-by-step photos.

  30. Perfectly fabulous savory crepes for lunch or dinner! Great photos too 🙂

  31. I love the idea of making savory crepe dishes. How wonderful!

  32. I do love a savory crepe. I know this will get made in the next week – nice change from my daily fare, comforting and warming. Fun having the chicken and the egg!

  33. I’ve never tried savory crepes but these crepes sound so wonderful! Great photos!

  34. these are fantastic, juliana–so delicate yet so filling and nutritious. good stuff.

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  36. 3 words. Yum yum yum! 🙂

  37. I haven’t had chicken crepes in so long…thank you so much for reminding me just how delicious they are! These look absolutely wonderful!

  38. Oh what a creative meal! Love it!

  39. Yum, these crepes look so tasty. I love the idea of a creamy chicken filling. The only way I seem to make crepes is the way I learned from my sister, who lives in Norway: You make the crepes then top with cinnamon sugar and squeeze on some fresh lemon juice. It really is meant to be dessert, but when our kids were little we served it sometimes for dinner, too — kind of like having French toast for dinner 🙂 Anyway, great post. Thanks for the reminder that there are other kinds of crepes besides cinnamon sugar ones.

  40. I ate lots and lots of crepes when I spent a summer in France about 20 years ago… Brings back memories.

    Hubby is in charge of making crepes in our house. Your recipe sounds great! I’ll have him make them!!! 🙂

  41. I could eat crepes for dinner and dessert and I love it with nutella especially!
    That savory filling would be a great way to start

  42. Yummy filling with chicken and corn for these delicious savory crepes!

  43. Very appetizing crepes! Mr Artichoke would love them! I should try to prepare them soon!
    I really like the clear explanations and lovely pictures for your recipes!

  44. Very filling and healthy crepe. So far I never tried chicken crepe but yours looks great with right balance of veggies in it…

  45. I do love savory crepes! And, I don’t know why I never make them at home. The filling here sounds delicious. I need to try this!

  46. I don’t always eat savory crepes but your chicken ones look really easy to make, ideal for my current situation with baby marc around.

  47. Savory crêpes are so scrumptious! Those look wonderful and I like your choice of filling.



  48. I love crepes for their simplicity and versatility—and I forget about how delicious they can be!
    Thanks for such a savory reminder—these look grand.

  49. It’s like French enchiladas!

  50. Beautiful savoury crepes! Now I feel seriously hungry!

  51. these crêpes are so delicious they remind of the ones we used to eat at home stuffed with different veggies.

  52. Savory crepes are my FAVORITE food, so this post had me excited! I’m planning to make crepes this holiday season…I hope mine turns out beautiful like yours!

  53. These look amazing Juliana. I adore crepes but have never made them because I admit to being a little scared of them.

  54. This reminds me of chicken pie =) Love the crepe wrap!

  55. Oh yum, what a delicious meal…it looks light, yet totally satisfying!

    (p.s…wanted to let you know that I really liked the Blender Chicken Pie…made it two nights ago…so packed with flavor…perfect with a salad for any meal!! Thanks 🙂 )

  56. Simple and very pretty presentation. I picture this as a lovely luncheon dish!

  57. Your crepes are so elegant Juliana. We keep a pan especially for making crepes. Great instructions.

  58. That looks like a wonderful meal. I never do stuffed crepes because it seems long to prepare but I guess it is not that long. Just may make this soon!

  59. I’d much rather have a savory crepe as a sweet one and these look delicious!

  60. I love savory crepes but have never made them! These look so good with the corn. And to think, I could finish my meal with a dessert crepe! 🙂

  61. I’ve never made crepes. Not sure why – in fact about a month ago I bought a little pan espec. for making crepes and STILL haven’t done any yet.
    I’ve been inspired by your recipe and now just might be the time I give it a try.

  62. I love savory crepes! And I love the idea of a chicken one – delicious filling!

  63. I haven’t had savoury crepes for ages and these look so good right now. I have never thought to mix crepe batter in a blender before, very interesting!

  64. I love savory crepes too and these are very well made!

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  65. Oh,dear. I should have gone to bed instead of gawking at your blog. Now I am so hungry!

  66. I’ve never had savory crepes before bu these look delicious and comforting. These would make a very nice lunch.

  67. I’ve never attempted to make crepes- they seem so tricky. Yours turned out lovely!

  68. Waw, what an amazing recipe!! Looks so appetizing, my friend & it is so apart too!

    MMMMMMM,..yummie & lovely food!

  69. Juliana, you brought back a very distinct memory for me. There used to be an eatery in Montreal called ‘The Magic Pan’. This was my place to go with my grandmother. She would have nothing else on the menu except for there chicken crepe somewhat similar to yours minus the corn. I personally never made it because it held a special place I didn’t want to diminish. Lot’s of time has past…this may be time to make new memories.

    Thanks for this lovely dish…really appetizing :o).
    Flavourful wishes,

  70. Simply scrumptious, look very appetizing.

  71. Juliana this look delicious and amazing! gloria

  72. What a beautiful and delicious looking dish! The flavors sound wonderful. This recipe would be a hit at any gathering! Lovely post!

  73. Savory crepes are amazing! This reminds me of a spectacular buckwheat crepe with tuna that I had in Paris last year.

  74. Your chicken crepes look SO good! Just my type of dish.
    And I didn’t know crepes were the – or a – French National dish 🙂

  75. very good recipes of salty crepes Bravo juliana !

  76. Yum! I haven’t had savory crepes in ages and I’ve never tried making them. What a nice combination of ingredients.

  77. Oh yum, these sound super tasty!

  78. I’ve always just done sweet crepes, but I do like the idea of a savory version- Sounds like a delicious change of pace!

  79. Hi Juliana 🙂
    Tried and tested your recipe! Superb and delicious… approved by the whole family!

  80. Yum! These crepes look seriously amazing!

  81. These crepes are just beautiful…

  82. Yum they look moist and tasty and healthy to boot!