Anyone who looked at this recipe before I corrected my typo, please note that the sauce no longer contains “Fresh Finger – thumb sized piece.” Ha! I almost rolled out of my chair when I saw that.

Recipe Directions

1. Mix together all Thair crepes ingredients in a high-speed blender. Pour out onto non-stick dehydrator sheets and form circles with back of spoon. Dehydrate for 2 hours or until pliable. Flip and continue on other side for 1 hour.

2. Mix together all filling ingredients and place inside the crepe. Either roll up the crepe or fold like a taco.

3. Mix together all sauce ingredients in a high-speed blender. Either serve over crepes or place sauce inside of crepe.

Meditating's Thoughts

By Meditating

Anyone who looked at this recipe before I corrected my typo, please note that the sauce no longer contains “Fresh Finger – thumb sized piece.” Ha!

I almost rolled out of my chair when I saw that.

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Dehydrate at 150 degrees?

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Sounds great, but shouldn't these be called "spring rolls"?

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lol . . . I always like a bit of finger in my food. It just gives it that extra bite.

Thanks for posting the crepes. I'll be sure to try them soon.

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Dehydrate at 150 degrees?

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lol . . . I always like a bit of finger in my food. It just gives it that extra bite.

Thanks for posting the crepes. I'll be sure to try them soon.

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Thanks so much for posting this. Looks easy enough. I'm going to make it this weekend. As Pure Food and Wine they make Cauliflower Samosas using a young coconut wrapper... it's heavenly!

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