Ricotta Crêpes with Honey, Walnuts and Rose
Cookbook author Yotam Ottolenghi invented these delicate crêpes to celebrate Shrove Tuesday, the day before Lent, which is also called Pancake Tuesday in England. Their floral, aromatic sweetness comes from rosewater and honey, two Middle Eastern ingredients that Otttolenghi grew up with. Slideshow: Pancake Recipes
Refrigerate the crêpes and filling separately for up to 3 days before filling and baking the crêpes.
Edible dried rose petals are available at specialty food shops and from amazon.com.
Silky, peach-scented Sauternes.