Actually the yesterday's BOREDOM story didn't end there. I did not only make the pudding but instead I tried to make crepe not using the premix but from scratch. Why I chose to make crepe? Because without electricity, it is possible to make crepes. Hehehe....
I took the crepe recipe from Zila's Blog. And again, I've made changes to the original recipe to fit my target, which is to make my fridge less obese. But did that help? Well....maybe 1%... but better than nothing right? Hahahaha...
So Zila, thank you for the crepe recipe. I like the recipe because not only it is easy to do but it is yummy and easy to handle. If only my mangos are sweeter than the ones that I've used yesterday, the taste will be even better.
Posted by MamaFaMi
Adapted from : Zila
Yields : 12 pieces
Ingredients (for the crepe) :
20g tapioca flour
10g custard powder
1 tablespoon castor sugar
1 teaspoon corn oil
40g evaporated milk
orange red food coloring
a few drops of orange oil
1. Sift the 4 flours into a bowl. Add in sugar. Set aside.
2. In a small bowl, combine egg, corn oil, evaporated milk, water, food coloring and orange oil. Whisk to mix.
3. Pour the mixture into the flour and using a whisk, mix well.
4. Heat a non stick pan (i used a 6 inch base pan). Pour a ladle full mixture onto the pan and swirl the pan around until it is evenly coated (just like how you make pancakes). Once it changes color, remove from pan. Do not flip over. Continue till all the mixture is been used up.
Ingredients (for the filling) :
enough whipped cream
ripe mangos, sliced
To assemble :
1. Place a piece of the skin on a clean plate.
2. Spoon a dollop of fresh cream onto the centre and top it with a slice of ripe mangos.
3. Wrap the crepe by folding in opposite sides of the crepe, fully covering the filling. Then fold in the other ends. Set aside.
4. Repeat the process for the remaining crepes.
5. Keep refrigerated until serving time.
Have a nice day!