Maisie adores crepes, but as she's gluten free, they haven't in the past come always out as delicious or as close to regular crepes as we would have liked. That was until we started using cassava flour in place of other flours. Cassava crepes cook up beautifully and taste gorgeous! The only difference when making cassava crepes compared to those made with all-purpose flour is, they need to be cooked a bit longer, because cassava flour can tend to produce a gummier texture. But, if the crepes are cooked just that little bit longer, they come out perfect with the right amount of elasticity, chew and with no gumminess. The crepes hold together well and reheat beautifully. We store them in the refrigerator, folded in quarters, stacked one upon another and wrapped tightly with plastic wrap to keep in the moisture. Reheat time in the microwave is 10-15 seconds.
Add the eggs to the jar of a blender and process on medium-high for about one minute. Add the melted ghee, sugar & salt. Blend until fully combined, Add the milk and process on medium-high for one minute. Stop and add the cassava flour. Process on high for two minutes then reduce to low for an additional 2 minutes, so that most of the air bubbles are removed. (This whole process can be done in a bowl with beaters but it doesn't blend quite as well so the batter would need to be strained through a fine sieve to remove any remaining lumps before frying.)
Heat a crepe or fry pan on medium and add enough ghee or butter to lightly coat the pan. For a 7-inch pan I use 1/8 cup of the batter. Once pan is heated add the batter and swirl pan to evenly spread the batter. Allow the crepe to cook until the edges start to brown. Use an offset spatula to release the edge of the crepe from the pan. Once the edges start to curl, gently place offset spatual under the crepe and flip the crepe over. Cook the second side for 15-20 seconds, until lightly browned. To remove crepe from pan, Turn pan over and bang onto a foil lined baking sheet.
Immediately add new batter to the pan and repeat the process. If the batter does not spread well and sputters, your pan is too hot. Also, because there is so much ghee/butter in the batter, I never find it necessary to re-grease my pan after the inital time. Because the pan in the beginning will be "over greased," the first one or two crepes don't spread and come out well, but enjoy them as they are for the cook and though not perfect, definitely delicious.