choux pastry


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choux pastry

(ʃuː)
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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To assemble, line a mould of your choice with the choux pastry biscuit.
This will be followed by a sumptuous dessert of "Cupid Delicatessen" - a red choux pastry case filled with apricot puree and caramel mascarpone cream, with a pistachio crust.
A good mix of textures and flavours from the soft and chewy choux pastry to the crispy chocolate orange outer and creamy filling.
Dolfy also makes a lovely choux pastry, we're told.
Remove from heat and using an electric mixer, beat in the eggs, one at a time like you would for choux pastry.
Of special note is the section offering basic recipes including those for creating Choux Pastry and Chocolate Shells.
Stir continuously to avoid getting lumps and to get a sticky dough like choux pastry.
Head to Rue du Bac -- it's my go-to destination for patisseries and chocolateries by some amazing producers, including Jacques Genin (try his passion fruit & mango caramels), Du Gateaux et du Pain (they make wonderful croissants), and La Patisserie des Reves for decadent Paris-Brest (a ring of choux pastry filled with praline cream).
THE GREAT SPORT RELIEF BAKE OFF SOMETHING to tide us over until the actual series returns and this week Sam Cam and her choux pastry were a worthy winner.
For dessert at The Domaine that night, Ripalda prepared two kinds of edible Yule logs (rose and white chocolate, and passion fruit with white chocolate), Grand Marnier and rose-flavored Madeleines, and Croquemboche a la Noel (cream puffs or choux pastry stacked into a conical shape).