flaky pastry


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flaky pastry

n
(Cookery) a rich pastry in the form of very thin layers, used for making pies, small cakes, etc
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flaky pastry

nBlätterteig m

flaky pastry

n (Culin) → pasta sfoglia
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Packed with tender steak and oozing a gravy made with the renowned Bishops Finger ale, it also boasts both shortcrust and flaky pastry.
My husband's mille feuille was a towering double decker confection of wonderfully crisp flaky pastry, layered with vanilla confectioner's cream (no mere custard here) and topped with luscious fondant icing.
FLAKY PASTRY LIDS Time: 45 minutes, plus refrigeration INGREDIENTS: 150 grams all-purpose flour (about 1 cup), plus more for dusting Salt 8 tablespoons (1 stick) cold unsalted butter, cut in 1/4-inch cubes 1 egg yolk 1 tablespoon half-and-half.
Who needs tonsa sugar and chocolate when you've got fresh fruit, flaky pastry and whipped cream?
A flaky pastry range of patties as well as a Caribbean line of soups and pasta meals.
Each bite produced the sensations of fresh lobster, wrapped in flaky pastry.
Essentially, the dish is six hunks of melted cheese, each wrapped in the middle of a flaky pastry.
The participants of the dinner ate artichokes in oil, fresh beans, crisp flaky pastry of Abant, pouf beurek, rolled sirloin steak with mushrooms, season salad and various Turkish deserts.
The plethora of croissants, pain au chocolat ( chocolate stuffed bread), chausson aux pommes ( flaky pastry with stewed apple filling) and pain aux raisins made cold grey mornings bearable.
Pate is delightful also at brunch with a sweet bread like gingerbread, served inside of a flaky pastry, or even in the scooped out seed cavity of apples or pears with some pecans sprinkled on top.
Since 1946, Grandmarie's Chicken Pie Shop has been turning out steaming pies with big chunks of tender chicken, flaky pastry, and flavorsome yellow sauce, along with whipped potatoes and fluffy biscuits.
Crisp, buttery, flaky pastry that holds back a rich, savoury sauce, thick with a myriad of tasty things.