Rough Puff Pastry Part Deux: Chausson aux Pommes or Apple Turnovers

Share this…PrintPinterestemailFacebookTwitterLinkedinThis morning, I pulled out some of the rough puff pastry I made yesterday and set out on another adventure for breakfast.  Again,this recipe is  taken from Edd Kimber’s book, “Patisserie Made Simple.” Here is a brief slideshow on how to assemble apple turnovers.  One thing I modified was to glaze the turnovers with…

What to do with Stale Croissants

Share this…PrintPinterestemailFacebookTwitterLinkedin​Croissants are still wonderful after a day or even two but after that they lose their magic.  You don’t want to put all that work into them just to throw them away and you can’t eat all of them in one day by yourself.  Well, you could but the French stay thin by enjoying…

How to Do Puff Pastry Turns

Share this…PrintPinterestemailFacebookTwitterLinkedinI am continuing to work through Edd Kimber’s amazing book, “Patisserie Made Simple” and one of my favorites has been Galette des Rois.  In this post I have included a shortened but not too short video on how to do puff pastry turns which we will use for the Galette des Rois in my…

How to Ice Pokeball Cookies

Share this…PrintPinterestemailFacebookTwitterLinkedinSorry folks — this post is a long time coming.  One more post in the Pokeball birthday bundle.    Share this…PrintPinterestemailFacebookTwitterLinkedin

Rétes Túrós: A Tutorial for Making Cheese Strudel

Share this…PrintPinterestemailFacebookTwitterLinkedin I’ve gone through a few strudel dough recipes and a couple of cheese filling recipes and this is what I like right now: Strudel dough: 4 cups high protein all-purpose flour like King Arthur plus more for dusting 1 teaspoon salt 2 Tablespoons butter, melted 1 egg at room temperature 1 tablespoon apple…

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