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choux pastry

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n
(Cookery) a very light pastry made with eggs, used for eclairs, etc
[partial translation of French pâte choux cabbage dough (from its round shape)]

choux pastry

Light pastry made by beating eggs into a cooked paste of flour, fat and water.
Translations

choux pastry

[ˈʃuːˈpeɪstrɪ] Nmasa f de profiteroles

choux pastry

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choux pastry

[ˈʃuːˈpeɪstrɪ] npasta per bignè
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Duo of Gougre and Pisalladire: A take on a traditional Parisian dish, classic choux paste crisps with gruyre and jambon cuit served alongside the famed caramelized onion tart of Provence.
He then had to prepare a salmon starter and guinea ea fowl main, with his confowl main, with his con-fit of salmon with cauli-flower and horseradish beignets - a pastry made from deep-fried choux paste - and roast guinea fowl with celeriac truffle impressing the judges.
Ammonium carbonate is best used in small baked goods such as dry cookies, crackers, or eclair or choux paste in which the baked good will be baked at a high temperature until it is dry and crisp.
British Bakels, ingredients suppliers to the UK bakery market, have launched their Choux Paste Mix Complete with a new improved formula.
And whimsical choux paste swans filled with sweetened whipped cream were all the rage at parties in the late '70s and early '80s.
The traditional garnish to goulash is called spatzellis, the Swiss species of choux paste.
eclair paste Also known as choux paste or pate a choux.