With the typical peak of durian season right around the corner, we thought to share another way to enjoy the king of fruits — in a pillowy, crepe form. With this durian crepe recipe, so much goodness—stuffed with durian and cream—it’s a delicious way to end any meal.
Durian Crepe Recipe
PHOTO: AsiaOne/Jude Lim
Makes up to 6 servings
- 300g durian
- 300g whipping cream
- 50g tapioca flour
- 15g custard powder
- 1 tbsp icing sugar
- 30g all-purpose flour
- 150ml water
- 65ml milk
- 1 egg
- 1 tbsp oil
- Separate the durian flesh from the seed and use a fork to mash the flesh into a thick paste. Set aside.
- Add whipping cream to a bowl. Use a mixer to whip mixture till it stiffens . Set aside.
- Add to a bowl tapioca flour, custard powder, icing sugar, all-purpose flour and mix well. Add water to the bowl and mix well, forming a pale yellow batter.
- Add milk and egg to the batter, stirring well in between.
- Strain the mixture through a metal sieve to remove any sediments.
- Glaze a pan with oil and add a thin layer of batter to the pan. Gently remove the crepe once it solidifies.
- It’s time to assemble your durian crepe. Add a spoonful each of whipped cream and durian paste to the centre of the crepe and fold in the corners to form a “pillow”, and you are done. Repeat the steps until you form all your durian crepes.
It may be a bit of work to make, but the results are so rewarding as you bite into fluffy pillows filled with creamy durian goodness.
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This article was first published in AsiaOne and republished on theAsianparent with permission.
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