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Shrimp Tapioca Crepes

“Tapioca is how we call a sort of “crêpe” made out of manioc or cassava starch. It’s a very common street food in Brazil’s North and Northeast regions, and cherished in almost every home. It’s also called “beiju”, and it was created by the indigenous people who lived in Brazil before Portuguese colonization.Tapioca crêpes are extremely simple to make. And it basically requires only three ingredients: tapioca flour, fresh coconut, and salt. Shrimp tapioca crêpes are a quick and easy glúten-free dish made from 3-ingredient filled with flavorful sautéed shrimp and vegetables. It can be served for lunch/dinner or as a snack.”


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Antonio Seabra

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