What is the difference between crêpes and crêpes Suzette?
Crêpes Suzette takes your basic crêpes, adds buerre d’orange (butter, sugar, orange juice and zest), orange liqueur, and then sets it all on fire — literally. It’s often served in restaurants, tableside, because the effect is so dramatic.
What is Suzette sauce?
Crepe Suzette Sauce
Specifically, the butter is mixed with sugar, orange zest and a splash of orange juice to essentially create the beurre Suzette. In traditional recipes, the butter is added to the pan, followed by the sugar and orange juice. This sauce is cooked until it’s bubbly, then the crepes are added in.
What region is crepe suzette from?
Crêpes Suzette is a traditional French dish of a thin dessert pancake served with an orange and brandy sauce and flambéed.