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NYC's Market Ipanema Colors Its Crepes with Vegetable and Fruit Juice

Brazilian tapioca crepes are a popular street food that can be simply made with water, salt and filled with one's choice of sweet or savory ingredients. While these Brazilian-style pancakes are becoming popular across North America, New York City's Market Ipanema offers a unique take on the dish by substituting either fruit or vegetable juice for water—the result is a vibrant crepe that is rich in both flavor and color.

Some of the savory options that are currently available on the menu at NYC's Market Ipanema include the Avocado and Cashew Cream with chia, pumpkin seeds and roasted tomatoes, or the Goat Cheese & Mushrooms, which is paired with pink pepper, corn, thyme and rosemary.