Japanese crepes are a very popular dessert in the Takeshita Dori area in Tokyo: here it is possible to find several kiosks (some now historical) that offer dozens of variations of this very delicious walking preparation (I talk about it here). If you are a fan of manga and anime, especially shojos, surely you will have seen this cone crepes in one of them. It is a very simple French preparation, stuffed with the ingredients you like most: among the great classics there is no shortage of sweetened whipped cream, fresh fruit (strawberry or banana), chocolate and vanilla ice cream. The recipe is calibrated for one crepe.
INGREDIENTS 20 gr of flour 1 beaten egg 15 gr of granulated sugar butter (or margarine) 30 ml of milk (I used soy milk) 30 ml of sweetened whipped cream 1 tablespoon of blueberry jam 3 fresh strawberries dark chocolate chips icing sugar PREPARATION - In a bowl mix the sugar with the egg with a hand whisk. Then add the sifted flour. Then add 1 teaspoon of softened butter and milk, letting it drop. Stir continuously with the whisk until a smooth batter is created. Store in the refrigerator for at least 20 minutes. - Grease a large round pan with butter. Once melted, lower the heat and pour the batter. Cook the crepe on both sides (about 1 minute each). - Place the crepe on a plate and start the gasket, which must be done starting from the top edge vertically (V-shaped). Put the whipped cream, the jam, the strawberries cut in half and the chocolate flakes. - Roll the crepe into a cone. If you serve it on a plate, sprinkle with icing sugar. Otherwise insert the cone in a sheet of paper and eat it immediately: this is the walking version.