Monday, February 13, 2012

Egg, Ham and Cheese in Pandan Crepe

If you have been making Ham and Cheese Sandwich for your kids and they no longer longer show interest in eating it, this might be a good alternative.

I did a small modification to my original recipe. I added cheese and using pandan paste instead of pandan juice. Yes, it's not natural but it saves lots of time and work. You can still go ahead to use the home made pandan juice or you can leave the crepe plain too.

  • 100g Plain flour, shifted
  • 3 Eggs
  • 150ml Water
  • 2-3 Ham, sliced in strips
  • 1-2 slice Cheese, cut into strips
  • 1/2 teaspoon Pandan Paste
  • a pinch of Salt
  • 1/2 teaspoon Sugar

How to do it:
  1. Stir in water to flour slowly.
  2. Add in 1 egg.
  3. Add pandan paste to make the batter green.
  4. Add in the salt and sugar.
  5. Beat egg and set aside
  6. Using a non-stick pan, pour in some pandan batter.
  7. Let the batter spread into a thin crepe.
  8. Turn it over and remove when both sides are cooked.
  9. Using the same pan, slowly pour in 1/2 of the beaten egg.
  10. Let the egg mixture spread into a thin egg crepe.
  11. Turn it over and remove when both sides are cooked.
  12. Place the egg on the cooked pandan crepe.
  13. Put cheese and ham strips on one side and roll both egg and pancake together.
  14. Cut into smaller pieces, hold with food picks and serve.

  • The pandan batter makes about 4 crepes.
  • You might need 2-3 eggs, depending on the size of your eggs, to make the same number of egg crepes.


  1. Hi, wat else can I use pandan paste for? I dun wanna buy the paste to juz use it in 1 recipe. TIA!

    1. You can use it for Kueh Dadar or an easier one will be crepe with ice-cream and/or fruit for dessert. :)

  2. Opps. Sorry I read wrongly.
    The paste can be used to make Kueh Dadar, Pandan Cake & Bread, Onde Onde and many more.