Cream Puffs

This cream puffs recipe will get you excited about baking. Once you have perfected the choux pastry recipe, this French dough recipe can be used to make eclairs, dessert recipes and profiteroles. It's a versatile dough recipe that once you master, the options are endless. You can stuff the dough with all sorts of things from jams to ice cream, ganache or salted caramel. Ingredients you will need for the eclair dough recipe include all-purpose flour, salted butter, bakers sugar, water and room temperature eggs. To start this recipe, you will need a large pot. Add some butter, water, and sugar and bring to a boil. Then remove the pot from heat. Stir in some sifted all-purpose flour until well combined. The dough should form a large dough ball. Then put back on heat and stir a few more times. You will notice a slight film start to form on the bottom of the pan. Then remove from heat and let stand for approximately 5 to 8 minutes. Then preheat the oven to 400 degrees Fahrenheit. Then whisk the eggs in a small bowl until they are light and airy. Then slowly add the eggs to the dough, and combine gently. If you overmix, the pastries will become tough and flat

Then line a baking pan with some parchment paper and fill a pastry bag with the dough and pipe in circles of dough. Make sure to leave enough space between the pastries. Bake the eclairs for approximately 20 minutes (longer if your cream puffs are larger). Then remove when finished and place on wire cooking racks. The eclairs should be golden brown and hollow. Cool completely before you fill them with any cream recipes or sauces. The ingredients you will need for the lightened pastry cream recipe include some fat free milk, egg yolks, baker's sugar, all-purpose flour, cornstarch, room temperature salted butter, whipping cream and vanilla bean paste.

Some tips you will find on the recipe blog for this cream puff recipe include using a good quality French or European butter, bringing the eggs to room temperature, using ultra fine granulated sugar and lining the baking sheet with some non-stick parchment paper. It's little baking tips like these that will help to ensure the success of your dessert recipe. This recipe blog was created out of a passion for food. There are lots of great recipes and recipe photos, and you are sure to be inspired whether you are the novice or the more experienced cook. The blog creator grew up in Hawaii and currently lives in San Francisco where she has gotten a good taste for a wide variety of foods and cultures. On the site, you will find new brands, new foods, and fun. You will find quality ingredients because she believes in quality ingredients and the difference they can make. On the site, you will find good food, along with good booze. She shares wine tastings, cheese tastings and beer tastings.

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