Thursday 5 June 2014

Matcha Crepes 抹茶​可丽饼 (中英食谱教程)

It's the June school holiday, with the kids around at home, I am busier and I definitely missed my quiet mornings, haha!
Saw the crepe recipe at Sonia's blog last week and thought I could make this for my kids breakfast during the school holidays since they need not rush to school and can sit down to enjoy a good breakfast. I immediately bookmarked it and did a fusion version for this morning's breakfast! My family loves Matcha (also known as green tea powder) and we just cannot get enough of it! I had wanted to use azuki (red bean) paste to go with the crepes, but the forgetful me has forgotten to replenish it in my pantry. I saw a bottle of unopened Nonya Kaya jam and two packs of Blueberries in the fridge and decided to pair it together with the matcha crepes. The Nonya kaya blends perfectly with the Matcha crepes and we had an enjoyable breakfast!

六月的学校假期又来临了,孩子们在家里,反而让我更忙, 也少了我平时享受的安宁早晨,呵呵!
前几天在Sonia的布罗格看到她做的可丽饼,就想到假期里,孩子们不必急着去上学,可以坐下来慢慢享受一顿早餐,立刻就记下了食谱。 今早,做了抹茶口味的可丽饼当早餐。我和家人都很喜欢抹茶(又名绿茶粉),所以你会时常在食材中看到我用抹茶做糕点。本来想用红豆馅搭配的,可是健忘的我,却忘了买!看到橱里有一瓶未开封的娘惹咖椰酱和冰箱的两包蓝莓,就决定用它们一起搭配吃, 味道还不错呢!

Matcha Crepes 抹茶​可丽
(recipe adapted and modified from Nasi Lemak Lover

3 eggs 
200ml milk
​15g sugar
A pinch of salt
​75g plain flour 
​7g matcha powder​

3​粒​ 鸡蛋 
​200毫升 牛奶 
15克 糖 
75克 普通面粉 
7克 抹茶粉 

Method 方法​:
1. In a mixing bowl, whisk all ​the ​ingredients together. Strain it through a fine sieve to ensure no lumps in the batter.

2. Heat a lightly oiled non-stick frying pan over ​low heat. ​Use a ladle to scoop the batter onto the pan, tilt the pan with a circular motion so that the batter coats the surface evenly.

3. Cook the crepe ​until the sides curl up a little​use a spatula to flip to the other side and cook till ​golden​ brown. 

Notes: I serve the crepes with Nonya kaya jam and blueberries and my kids love it! You can serve it with a scoop of ice-cream or any of your favourite sauce. ​ 
​小笔记我选择了娘惹​咖椰​酱和蓝莓​一起搭配吃, 我家的小朋友吃得津津有味!您也可以​选择​用冰淇淋或任何喜​爱​的果酱一起搭配着吃

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Victoria Bakes said...

a simple recipe, but truly satisfying.. i love your note on serving with kaya!!! i never thought of that

MiMi Bakery House said...

this breakfast set looks good & refreshing Cheryl...i havent try making a crepe yet.. not too sure when i would ever do so..

Baking Taitai said...

Vic, try it with kaya next time, you'll love it!

Baking Taitai said...

Thank you Charmaine! It's a simple recipe, can try it over the weekends when not rushing to work. ;p

ann low said...

Hi Cheryl, I love love matcha! Your match crepes look so yummy, I want to fill with red bean paste :D

Baking Taitai said...

Thanks Ann! I am going to get canned red beans to go with this next time and am going to try your Matcha pudding with red beans! :)

Karen Luvswesavory said...

Hi Cheryl, hmm kaya + blueberries + matcha crêpes delicious !

Baking Taitai said...

Hi Karen, an accidental discovery that turns out to be yummy! ;p

My Little Space said...

Hmm... wish I can have these for my brunch. I simply adore green tea.
Enjoy & have a fabulous weekend.
bleesings, Kristy

Nami | Just One Cookbook said...

Matcha crepes!!!! Ohhh I love everything matcha, yet I haven't tried crepes yet. This looks so good, totally calling my name! :)

Bakericious said...

I never eat crepes with kaya, must give a try next time.

Baking Taitai said...

Hi Kristy, thanks and have a blessed week! :)

Baking Taitai said...

Hi Nami, thank you for dropping by. So happy to know many friends who love matcha too! I am thinking of your matcha souffle. ;)

Baking Taitai said...

Hi Jess, yes must give it a try, you won't be disappointed! ;p

Zoe said...

Hi Cheryl,

Agreed that mums are always busier during school holidays... Ours is coming in the first 2 weeks in July. Fortunately, we have school holidays program here but can be quite costly to put the kids in these programs.

When I saw you making matcha crepes, I laughed... knowing that you really like green tea :p


Baking Taitai said...

Hi Zoe, I have to plan the kids program so that they won't get too bored. Brought them out for plays, movies, museums, etc. I have less time to bake this month or rather too tired to bake after our outings.
Haha...yes, I am one great fan of Matcha! ;p

Abi said...

Hi Cheryl,

May I ask this crepe is crispy? And the batter can keep in fridge for how many day? After cook can keep in fridge for how many day?

Baking Taitai said...

Hi Abi, crepe is not crispy. 1 to 2 days in fridge should be fine, discard if got foul smell.