[Anime Culture Monday] Anime Recipe: Fruit Crepes from Isekai Shokudou

Welcome back to another fresh installment of Anime Recipes from Honey’s Anime following all of the delicious dishes that are appearing in Isekai Shokudou. This week, we had the job of seeing those fairies, who have a very strange grasp on how reality works, come to Nekoya and be assisted by Princess Victoria when ordering. Since they are small creatures and unique at that, they need something that will suit their tastes. Thus, Princess Victoria orders them a fruit crepe. Not realizing the size, they then have to have it cut up for themselves, but when they do, they are overjoyed at how sweet it is. Stuffed with kiwi, pineapple, fruit jam and more, the balance of a plain crème with the sweet fruit, chocolate sauce, and whipped cream is enough to make anyone’s mouth water.
The crepes are just so good that we could not resist. Considering that there are crepe stores wherever you go, it’s really just a matter of time in Japan before you have one. They come in all sorts of varieties as well. Savory with meats and cheeses and salad crepes are a thing, but the big ones are the desserts that have just about anything and everything in them! Let’s go!

Fruit Crepe from Isekai Shokudou

Crepes are not only consumed in one particular part of the world, but rather all over. They were born in Brittany, a region in France, but now they are widespread across Belgium, France, Canada, South America, Africa, and of course, Asia. Crepes can have just about anything and everything in them. It is really versatile, so your mood or craving can certainly dictate what to put in them as there really is no wrong way to enjoy them! This time we have a dessert crepe that is loaded with fruit, jam, whipped cream, and covered in a chocolate sauce. The hard part is making these fluffy treats but once you do, you will be able to move fast and make what you love: carbs. So, let’s take a look at what we need and try making them!

What You Will Need:

kiwi
1

Pineapple chunks diced or sliced.

Whipped cream.

Chocolate sauce.

flour
1 cup

eggs
2

milk
½ cup

water
½ cup

butter melted
2 tbsp

of salt.
¼ tsp

Optional Ingredients:

While we have the fruit listed, really just about anything will go into these. Mandarin oranges are also a very popular addition to crepes and will go well with the chocolate sauce should you choose to include it. Another popular variation is simply strawberries, sliced of course, and whipped cream. With the salt and the butter, if you are using salted butter, then feel free to not use the salt since it is slightly redundant at that point.


How to Cook It:

  1. 1

    Slice your fruit into small pieces. Chunks work, but fan-shaped pieces are the best for rolling your crepe later unless you do not mind it being slightly lumpy.
  2. 2

    In a large bowl, combine the flour and eggs together and mix with a whisk. Slowly add in both the milk and the water as well. Be sure to keep mixing with the whisk until the batter is smooth.
  3. 3

    Now, add in your butter and your salt. Keep mixing until your batter is very smooth.
  4. 4

    Begin to heat up your frying pan and add some oil. You want your frying pan to be around medium-high heat because these will cook fast as they are thin.
  5. 5

    Using a measuring cup, for each crepe, you only need about ¼ cup to 1/3 cup of batter. While you are adding the batter in, tilt the frying pan to make sure that the dough spreads out evenly.
  6. 6

    Cook each crepe for about 2 minutes or until the bottom is golden brown. Then simply flip it over and you only need about 30 to 45 seconds for it to be ready.
  7. 7

    Move your crepe from the frying pan and let it cool slightly.
  8. 8

    Fold your crepe in half.
  9. 9

    Place your fruits in the center third. Line them up rather than just dropping them randomly. Remember that the top will be opposite of the fold.
  10. 10

    Place your whipped cream as well.
  11. 11

    Now, fold the right 1/3 of the crepe into the center over the fruit. Then fold that over the last third and you are almost done!
  12. 12

    Garnish with chocolate sauce.
  13. 13

    Dig in!

(Note: Be careful not to burn yourself with the oven or the frying pan. )

Yum!

Final Thought

Isekai Shokudou keeps giving us food each with that really is about to put us into a food coma. It seems like each time we come back to this show we are starving and just want more. What about you? How are you feeling about all of the dishes that keep showing up within Isekai Shokudou? Be sure to let us know below! Till next time,

Nagareboshi

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Author: Nagareboshi

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