This is a great recipe I took from my mother.
It's quite particular, made with ingredients typical from North of Italy (speck ham, buckwheat, cabbage).
The result is great and quite refined even if the basic ingredients come from farmer's cooking.
For 6 serves you need:
1 1/2 cups milk
2 1/2 oz. buckwheat flour
2 1/2 oz. all purpose flour
1 oz. butter
oil to cook pancakes
For the stuffing:
10 oz. cabbage washed and cutted in little pieces
3 1/2 oz. speck ham
1 1/2 oz. grated pecorino cheese
for the bechamel/ white sauce:
1 oz. butter
1 1/2 oz. all purpose flour
1 1/4 cups milk
1 oz. grated pecorino cheese
Melt butter and mix to it all the ingredients to make pancakes.
Beat well to avoid lumps.
Cook very thin pancakes (crepes) in a pan of about 10 inches diameter.
With this quantity you should obtain 6 pancakes.
In a pan sautee chopped cabbage with a little salt, pepper and butter plus 2 water's spoons untill they're soft.
Make white sauce putting in a pan butter and flour, mixing and cooking utill you have a golden mixture then add milk little by little then nutmeg and pecorino cheese.
Cook and mix untill bechamel becomes dense (about 10 minutes).
Put in each pancakes some sauteed cabbage, some speck ham chopped in pieces, some white sauce and a little grated pecorino cheese.
Close the crepes the way you prefer and put them in a oven-proof dish.
Cover with the rest of cabbage, bechamel and grated pecorino cheese.
Put in the oven at medium heat untill you have a golden crust on top.