How to Make Tokyo Crepes
Ever have a Japanese crepe before? Well, prior to my visit to Folly Beach I hadn't either. Thankfully Tokyo Crepes showed me what I was missing. Each crepe was extremely fluffy and reminded me a bit of a fortune cookie. Plus, they had some wild combinations like chocolate and cheddar or chicken teriyaki. Yum!
Daniel Delaney: What’s up carnivores? Dan Delaney here, as you guys know I’m on a mission to find the best street food imaginable. Tonight I’m in one of the most beautiful place imaginable Valley Beach, South Carolina and we’re going to see some something that’s a little bit unconventional. Japanese crepes so stay tune. This is Daniel Delaney.
Alright so this is Tokyo crepes. It’s a little roadside crepe in Valley Beach dishing out Asian inspired crepes to all the locals. Let’s check it out.
John Baker: I’d say probably about a year and a half ago and we currently on we’re talking about starting up some sort of dessert standout here on the beach which is really so many place to have dessert out here. So after thinking a while about it she spend a little bit time in Portland and decided maybe we need to come up with a crepe stand.
Daniel Delaney: What made you think of Tokyo south crepe and the Pacific classic French crepe?
John Baker: What is in the batter? Essentially I can see the same as the Japanese recipe is a few more things like milk instead of water. I use more sugar and additionally the presentation as well because French crepes are traditional kind of folded like envelopes and the Japanese roll them up in the cones. That is the other major difference otherwise they’re pretty much the same.
Daniel Delaney: It’s not very expensive. It’s pretty quick. It’s delicious.
Male: The Tokyo crepes are a unique presentation and the food in the area southern Charleston food, shrimp and garrets and definitely not shrimp and garrets here.
Daniel Delaney: And if you haven’t say there is one crepe that the customers are loving the most what, what are you going to be?
John Baker: Probably the banana and you tell them, with so much of that.
Daniel Delaney: Is there any room for experimentation here at the menu, if so how?
John Baker: That would really be a question for you because she is the maestro of the menu.
Daniel Delaney: Alright so can we try some crepes?
John Baker: Absolutely.
Daniel Delaney: Carvers we are going to go on break. I’m breaking I want you to go and send me a tweet, tell me what’s your favorite crepe is. My handle is @Daniel Delaney. We’ll be right back. Alright, we are back. This is Yukori and she’s going to show us how to make some crepes, let’s start it.
Daniel Delaney: So what are you going to add?
Yukori: Teriyaki sauce. We mix this sauce.
Daniel Delaney: Teriyaki chicken crepe, this is awesome. It’s like nothing I’ve ever had. I’ve really like the crepe itself, the mayonnaise and the teriyaki goes really well together and I think that the use of egg is really nice and I love the romaine and they’re kind of added in and its crunch to it, really well balanced I think this is fantastic, I need to stop eating this.
Alright, so this is the cheddar and chocolate crepe, see the shot, this is really good but I have nothing to compare it to. I’ve nothing, I’ve never had this, I put cheddar cheese on top of the apple pie and I put both chocolate in my mouth all the time but I’ve never have the two together. I can’t even say which is like salt and chocolate because of course cheddar is a bit saltier than you know I don’t know some other cheeses.
So salt and chocolate you can have all the time but not this. It’s like one minute and I feel like I’m eating I’m like in Mexico or some or like having a melted cheddar grilled cheese sandwich and all do chocolate in between it goes back and forth. She just points down to me and I haven’t thought about it this makes awesome junk food. You got like salty, creamy cheese, melted chocolates and carbohydrates, the perfect tool for the hangover.
So that is Tokyo crepes, if you want to learn more about them find them on face book just search for Tokyo crepes. If you want to learn about Austin all the crepes we covered you just search online at Vendr.TV and let me know what your favorite type of crepe is, post to comment blog, as always. I’m Daniel Delaney urging you to eat the shrimp. I’ll see you next week.
As you guys know I’m traveling all over the place, alright so this is Tokyo crepes, dishing out the crepes to all the night time kids and adults alike that one make you drunk in the crepes.
How to Make Tokyo Crepes
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