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 (frăn′jə-păn′ē, -pä′nē)
n. pl. fran·gi·pan·is
1. Any of various deciduous shrubs or trees of the genus Plumeria, native to tropical America and widely naturalized elsewhere, having milky sap and showy, fragrant, funnel-shaped, variously colored flowers. Also called plumeria, temple tree.
2. A perfume derived from or similar in scent to the flowers of one of these shrubs or trees.
3. also fran·gi·pane (frăn′jə-pān′) A creamy pastry filling flavored with almonds.

[French frangipane, after Muzio Frangipani, 16th-century Italian marquis.]
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1. (Cookery)
a. a pastry filled with cream and flavoured with almonds
b. a rich cake mixture containing ground almonds
2. (Clothing & Fashion) a variant of frangipani2
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(ˈfræn dʒəˌpeɪn)

an almond-flavored custard used esp. as a pastry filling.
[1670–80; < French < Italian. See frangipani]
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Noun1.frangipane - pastry with a creamy almond-flavored filling
pastry - any of various baked foods made of dough or batter
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[ˈfrændʒɪpeɪn] N frangipani [ˌfrændʒɪˈpɑːnɪ] N (frangipanis, frangipani (pl)) (= perfume, pastry) → frangipani m; (= shrub) → flor f de cebo, frangipani m blanco, jazmín m de las Antillas
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, frangipani
n (= shrub)Roter Jasmin(baum); (= perfume)Jasminparfüm nt
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All of that was topped with a pear frangipane tart (with blackberry and clotted cream icecream) and a dark chocolate Torte that came with a mango and Loch Ness Gin salsa.
Makes 8-10 slices For the pastry: 200g plain flour 2 tbsp icing sugar 100g cold unsalted butter, diced 1 medium egg 1 tsp lemon juice 2-3 tsp ice-cold water For the frangipane filling: 100g unsalted butter 100g caster sugar 2 large eggs 50g plain flour 75g ground almonds A drop of almond extract (optional) 100g raspberry jam 100g raspberries 20g flaked almonds To finish: Icing sugar, for dusting
My wife goes for a more simplelooking warm plum frangipane tart with natural milk ice cream.
INGREDIENTS (Serves 10-12) For the pastry: 225g plain flour plus extra for dusting; 140g cold butter plus extra for greasing; 1 medium egg; a pinch of salt; 60g caster sugar For the almond filling (frangipane): 170g butter; 170g caster sugar; 170g ground almonds; 2 large eggs; 1tbsp Calvados, kirsch, or whatever liqueur you like; a few drops of almond essence For the glaze: 3-4 small red dessert apples, skin left on, cored and halved; 100g smooth apricot jam; juice of 1/2 lemon METHOD 1.
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