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How do you call  CRÊPE SALÉE in English meaning the opposite of Sweet crepe. Thanks

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For food in general the term is "savoury" . It also applies to pancakes.

I think in a (fancy) restaurant you are also  likely to see items described in French on the menu ....  

Merci bcp

It might be as simple as this: Pancake = sweet, Crêpe = savoury.

Not quite sure what you mean (in English?) but I don't think so.

There seem to be plenty of recipes for Mushroom Pancakes...

Ah, well, I'm wrong then.

In Ebglish, these culinary terms are usually "sweet" and "savory" whether it's a pancake, a crepe, or even a jam.

savory pies and tarts as well.    


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