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Cinnamon and Apple Rice Flour Milk Crepes

Cinnamon and Apple Rice Flour Milk Crepes

These moist and springy rice flour milk crepes are accented with the aroma of cinnamon and the gentle texture of apples.

Ingredients: 1 crepe cake / 12 sheets of crepe

[Crepe Batter Ingredients]
Rice flour
100g
Granulated sugar
20g
Salt
a pinch
Milk
280ml
Egg
1
Butter
20g
[Cinnamon Apple Ingredients]
Apple
1/2 (about 150g)
Granulated sugar
1 teaspoon
Cinnamon
1/2 teaspoon ~
[Cream Ingredients]
Heavy cream
200ml
Granulated sugar
2 tablespoons
Rum
1 teaspoon

Steps

1. Make the crepe batter. Melt the butter in the microwave for 30-40 seconds (500-600W).
2. Combine the rice flour, granulated sugar, and salt in a bowl.
3. Add the milk and mix well.
4. Mix the egg in well, followed by the butter from Step 1. Let the completed batter rest in the refrigerator for at least 1 hour.
5. Cut the apples vertically into 6 slices, then cut into pieces to a width of 5mm. Cover with plastic wrap and microwave for 2 minutes. Add granulated sugar and cinnamon. Microwave for 30 seconds uncovered, and let cool.
6. Heat a frying pan. Pour in just about 1 ladle of batter. When the edges of the surface begin to dry and lightly color, flip it over, lightly cook the other side, and remove from the pan. Do this same procedure for the rest of the batter.
7. In a separate bowl, add the heavy cream and granulated sugar. Whip until the cream forms a thick ribbon when the whisk is lifted.
8. Add the rum and the apples from Step 5. Mix together.
9. Spread 2 tablespoons of the mixture from Step 8 onto each crepe and then layer them. Cover with plastic wrap and let chill in the refrigerator for at least 30 minutes.
10. Cut it into slices and arrange onto a plate. If you would like, you can garnish with slices of apple (not listed in ingredients).

Story Behind this Recipe

It's the season for delicious apples. Of course apples are delicious eaten as is, and they're also very good roughly chopped and added to a batter for simple snacks, but I wanted to think up a recipe for them that was just a little different.