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  • Writer's pictureOrsolya Szathmari

Meat Filled Crepe Rolls

This is a great recipe for using up leftover stew, creating a new meal that tastes different and exciting. I have no problem with eating the same food for a few days, but when I still had stew after three days, I felt like I needed a change. So I came up with this idea that turned out to be really delicious. Hope you'll enjoy it too.

 It's 100 % animal-based, dairy free, no plant ingredients needed. It has about a 1.5:1 fat to protein ratio and no carbohydrates, so it fits well into your ketogenic meals.

Nutritional value per serving: 606 kcal; 36 g protein; 51 g fat; 0.7 g carbohydrates

Ingredients - makes 2 servings

For 4 french-style crêpes

4 eggs

100 ml cold water

10g lard

Pinch of salt

Extra lard for frying

For the stew

240 g stew meat

2 tbsp lard

100 ml bone broth

1 tsp salt

20 g roasted bone marrow


For the stew, heat up the lard in an iron pan and pre-fry the meat cubes to give them a nice color and crust. Add one third of the broth and simmer covered for half an hour. Give it a stir and add more broth if necessary. You don't want to boil the meat, so don't add too much broth at a time. Add salt to taste and simmer until tender, for about 2 hours. Let it cool. Blend the meat with the bone marrow until creamy.

For the crêpes, blend all ingredients. Heat up an iron pan, add a bit of lard and fry 4 crêpes.

Place the crêpes next to each other in a way, that they cover 1/3 of the next one. Spread the meat mixture over, roll up and press gently to close well. Cut into 2.5-3 cm pieces.

Preheat the air fryer or the oven to 200 °C. Top the rolls with melted lard and place them next to each other and fry for 6 minutes in the air fryer and 10-15 minutes in the oven, until golden.

Enjoy warm, although they are also delicious cold.


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