Layered Crepe Dessert from Taiwan
10 g castor sugar
Plain flour (50gms)
Tapioca flour (10gms)
100 ml cream
Ice cream of your choice
Strawberry/ Caramel/ Chocolate syrup
Prepare crepes: Pour fresh milk, butter in a non-stick saucepan and boil. As soon as the butter melts, turn off heat. Add sugar, salt and stir until sugar dissolves. Leave mixture to cool. Now, heat a non-stick pan, lightly grease pan, and pour a ladle of batter, ladle the crepe batter to cover the whole pan. Cook over low heat, flipping the crepe over once.
Now, whip the cream until the mixture forms soft peaks.
Creating Layers: Lay a piece of crepe, spread some cream over it and place a layer of sliced strawberries, cover them with some cream, top with another piece of crepe, followed by a layer of sliced kiwis, covering with some cream. Lay another layer of crepe, add a layer of peaches with cream and add a final layer of the crepe.
Leave to chill in the refrigerator.
Right before serving, slice the filled crepe into pieces of the rectangle shape.
Scoop ice cream over and drizzle some strawberry/chocolate/caramel syrup. Serve immediately.
Taiwan, is renowned as the 'Fruit Kingdom', is rightly bounteous in its rich variety of homegrown fruits. With its perfect geographical location fruits in this island nation taste twice as good as anywhere else in the world. Layered Crepe dessert is therefore has been tailored as a tribute to the luscious fruits of Taiwan. It is also seen that Indians rush for sweets, for any occasion, this recipe can be best for the dessert lovers.