Delicious and filling, these Butternut Squash Chicken Buckwheat Crêpes are a hearty savory variation of our favorite crêpes.
Good Management Skills
By the way, thanks to these Butternut Squash Chicken Buckwheat Crêpes, we are back in 2016 for a while. Why? Well, don’t anticipate any intrigue here. The answer is simple. I made these Butte crêpes last year. Specifically, in November.
Yes, it’s been quite a journey! But here we go, finally you can see these fabulous guys. Lucky you!
You might remember a year-two ago I always was struggling with publishing the recipes because I had too many at a time.
I think I’m doing pretty much better now. Perhaps, that because I don’t cook as much as I used to do (And importantly, I don’t shoot as much food for the blog as I would), but I prefer to call this good time management skills.
So basically, I post the recipes withing 2 weeks after taken the pictures which is great (That was my objective in the past). Of course, I play with publishing mixing the order. Let’s say the recipe for these Red Velvet Cake Donuts I posted just a few days after making them. I was too pumped to wait 2 weeks. And let’s be honest – you didn’t mind.
Besides, I’m the boss here to decide which stuff to post first. Quite a solid argument.
Butternut Squash Chicken Buckwheat Crêpes
You might wonder how did I end up posting these crêpes two months later. Well, things happen. Christmas and other obstacles.
I’ve been thinking a little would it be relevant to show the crepes in January while butternut squash is mostly the fall produce. Then I though since butternut squash is being sold all year round, why not?
Plus, I wasn’t sure that if I didn’t share this recipe, you would easily forgive me. Because you know, these Butternut Squash Chicken Buckwheat Crêpes are too good to hide them from friends.
And don’t forget to check these Mushroom Ham Cheddar Buckwheat Crepes.
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