Among the desserts I made, this crepe with fillings of caramelized young coconut and fresh ripe mango is my personal favorite because of its simplicity and tropical taste. The dish is also called Darar of Halal food that is mainly created for our Islam brothers and sisters.
Cherish your own delectable wrap with each bite
To give a little aromatic flick, I added cinnamon. If you don't have young coconut, you can also use old meat grated, provided, it is sweetened and still has the moisture factor. Additionally, it is important to use all-purpose flour for a smoother texture of the wrap.
2 cups all-purpose flour
60ml vegetable oil
6 cups water
1 pc young coconut, grated
1 cup brown sugar
2 pcs ripe mango, thinly sliced
1 pinch cinnamon powder
food color of choice
In a bowl, put flour, oil, cornstarch, and egg. Slowly add in water and whisk mixture until runny consistency is achieved. Mix in food color. Strain the mixture. Create a crepe in a flat pan over low heat. In another pan, sweeten coconut with sugar and cinnamon. Using the crepe, roll in the caramelized coconut and sliced mango. Serve with honey.