Wednesday, April 3, 2013

Rice Crepes with Watermelon Sauce


This month's Magic Mingle combo gave me a jitters .Rice and Watermelon!..well rather tough combo, but I was flooded with ideas very soon...but implementing them and then liking the taste was another issue.Anyway I finally decided on making rice crepes..these would pass for sure..and if the sauce did not pass...I would serve with chocolate sauce!So I moved on with the combo.

Rice Crepes 
1 cup cooked rice 
1 cup milk 
1 ¼ cups rice flour 
¼ cup sugar 
Blend all ingredients in a blender and make batter. 
On a non stick gridle, pour a ladle full. 
Drizzle some oil. 
Flip over and cook the other side till golden.





Water melon sauce
250 ml water melon juice
2-3 tbsp corn flour
¼ cup sugar  or more depending on how sweet the water melon is.
Boil the water melon juice .
Add sugar, let it dissolve.
Dissolve the cornflour in a little water.
Slowly, add it to the juice ,till a little thick.
Cool.


Serving style
Drizzle chocolate sauce on the serving plate.
Place the crepes.
Pour the sauce  and some nuts.
Serve with whipped cream.


The crepes turned out amazing, very soft and melt in the mouth kinds..the watermelon sauce needed a little flavoring..I guess I should have added some vanilla flavor to it!..but as a platter with chocolate sauce drizzled and whipped cream...and the roasted almonds........it was like a gourmet dessert!

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7 comments:

  1. Beautiful crepes and irresistible sauce, a prefect gourmet dessert.

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  2. Oooooooooooooo! Vaishali I want some of these. Looks amazing. Why did I finish my dosa batter?
    Love it. Your pictures are stunning.

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  3. OMG Vaishali very very beautiful presentation simply superb.. and love that sauce recipe..

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  4. This idea sounds cool than the watermelon pancakes. I am still wracking my brains for ideas.

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  5. I love the cute pot and the whipped cream rose! Looks so much like a five star hotel recipe :)

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  6. That rose is a delight. What a wonderful use of watermelon too. :)

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