Durian Crepe

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Durian Crepe can be considered as a dessert that is famous in Malaysia and also Singapore. Malaysians love durians and nowadays it can be seen that they are creating more dishes regarding durians. Meanwhile the word "Crepe" is taken from a French language which means thin pancakes, deriving from a Latin word, Crispus. Crepe is originated from the west of France called Brittany. Its original recipe uses buckwheat flour. However in the 20th century, people are beginning to use white flour instead and they have been revolutionized the traditional crepe to different styles and fillings depending on the countries. Comparing it to our thin pancakes or lempeng, the ingredients are just pretty much similar. At first Durian Crepes are yellow in colour for the outer layer meanwhile it appears white and creamy on the inside due to the durian and cream. However due to inventions, people are beginning to use food colourings for varieties.

Durian Crepe Recipe

Recipe type: Baking & Desserts
Cuisine: Malaysian
Prep time: 30 mins
Cook time: 45 mins
Total time: 1 hour 15 mins
Serving for: 20


  • 250g Hong Kong flour
  • 60g Sugar
  • 300g Whole QL Deli Fresh egg
  • 60g QL Deli Fresh egg yolk
  • 600g Milk
  • 15g Butter
  • 250g Rich cream
  • 500g Durian


  1. Whip cream and chill
  2. De-seed durian and roughly mash with a chopstick. Chill
  3. Mix whole QL Deli Fresh eggs and sugar with a hand whisk. Add flour and mix well
  4. Add in the remaining QL Deli Fresh egg yolks and gradually pour in the milk
  5. Melt butter in the microwave and let cool
  6. Add melted butter into the batter
  7. Heat up a non-stick pan, pour a little batter into the pan and cook until done

  • Make your crepes as thin as possible for the best taste, but ensure you handle carefully to avoid breaking the shape.

The making of Durian Crepe

by Hirzawati Atikah and Siti Noor Adillah :) enjoy your crepes!!!!!