choux pastry


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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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Choux pastry Profiteroles, eclairs or a croquembouche.
IT'S the Rocky Horror Choux pastry - an event that promises to be hot-cross dressing fun.
FOR THE CHOUX PASTRY 150mls cold water 50g of butter cubed 60g of plain flour 2 eggs whisked FOR THE FILLING 275mls double cream 1 tsp of vanilla extract 1 banana, finely chopped FOR THE TOPPING 1 small pot of Nutella (I'm going to be honest - we used a large one
Later, his religieuse a l'ancienne - a centrepiece of eclairs shaped like a nun - had a total collapse, with his choux pastry too light to support the weight.
For the showstopper, the cooks are challenged to make a Religieuse a l'Ancienne - three tiers of choux pastry eclairs filled with creme patissiere.
pursuit that dangerous coast of South starring Russell challenged to make a a l'Ancienne - three choux pastry eclairs creme patissiere.
We get a fistful of delicate choux pastry, filled with sweet cream and topped with finely crumbled Oreo biscuits.
The first course featured airy choux pastry filled with homemade duck liver pate, pomegranate reduction and almond emulsion.
All they have to do is master the final three challenges, including the execution of a perfect caramel choux pastry, and the trophy is theirs Easy, isn't it?
A profiterole, cream puff (US), choux a la creme or Profitrol (Turkey) is a French dessert choux pastry ball filled with whipped cream, pastry cream, custard, or (particularly in the US) ice cream.