Brazilian cuisine: How to make Tapioca crepes

Written by alexandra fay | 13/05/2017
Brazilian cuisine: How to make Tapioca crepes
(Marcelo_minka/iStock/Getty Images)

One of Brazil’s most used ingredients, mandioca, is mixed with water and salt to make a pancake-like batter, and then poured onto a hot pan to form a thin crepe. It can be stuffed with delicious fillings like fresh fruit, nutella, jam or caramel sauce. Many Brazilians will eat tapioca crepes for breakfast, a snack, or as a dessert.



½ cup manioc starch 2 tablespoons water 1/2 teaspoon salt Option fillings: jam, dulce de leche, nutella, fresh fruit


By using the site, you consent to the use of cookies. For more information, please see our Cookie policy.