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Its plump shape and its small collar of cream make the Religieuse one of the most iconic pastries in France. Here is the recipe
I finally managed to make "Chouquettes" that I liked. Usually they fall out of the oven and are soft and sticky. But this time, I improved my recipe, they are well inflated and crispy as I like them.
Golden choux pastry, smooth pastry cream, chocolate... discover the recipe for one of France's emblematic pastries, chocolate Éclair !
Do you know christophe michalak? he is one of the most talented and publicized young pastry chefs in France. Today we are delivering her recipe for a religieuse that is a pure delight. Christophe Michalak has replaced the usual icing, which he considers too sweet, with almond paste.
Here if the recipe of the clafouti. List of ingredients 200 ml warm milk 70 g sugar 3 eggs 500 g apricots 1 vanilla pod 2 tsp. flour Recipe steps In a bowl, whisk the eggs with the sugar, then add the flour, mix Then add the still warm milk, mixing well Cut the apricots into large slices (or any other fruit such as peaches, apples, cherries ...) and sprinkle with brown sugar (2 tablespoons). Place them in a non-stick or buttered cake pan Pour the preparation on top and bake at 180 ° C for 50 minutes
Here if the recipe of the clafouti. List of ingredients 200 ml warm milk 70 g sugar 3 eggs 500 g apricots 1 vanilla pod 2 tsp. flour Recipe steps In a bowl, whisk the eggs with the sugar, then add the flour, mix Then add the still warm milk, mixing well Cut the apricots into large slices (or any other fruit such as peaches, apples, cherries ...) and sprinkle with brown sugar (2 tablespoons). Place them in a non-stick or buttered cake pan Pour the preparation on top and bake at 180 ° C for 50 minutes
A Classic in Parisian bistros, the Croque-Monsieur has its origins in the French capital.
Symbol of French gastronomy, crème Chantilly is recognized worldwide and envied by our neighbors. But do you know Its story ?
Baba au rhum is a rum-soaked cake, which has become a staple cake found in all pastry shops in France. Here is Its history and recipe.
I had some black chocolate in my kitchen so I decided to make some mendiants with It. It's very quick and simple to do and you can put everything you want on them : nuts, dried fruits, pistachios... I put praline roses, dried fruits and nuts on mine. I just melted some chocolate, and with a spoon I did some circles, and added some pralines roses, nuts and dried fruits and I put It in the fridge for 30 minutes and It's ready to eat !