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Choux Paste, ingredients: 1/2 c. Whole lowfat milk, 1/2 c
Choux Paste (Puff Shells), ingredients: 1 c. Water, 1/2 c. Butter
example- eclairs, or lobster/shrimp salad. Choux Paste 335g water 145g butter 3g salt 180g
we got the opportunity to finsih off our choux pastries. We whipped up some pastry cream
table....Cygnes pâte à choux! There’s something about choux paste that is both merrily
thank you for the pastry known as “choux paste”. With a few ingredients you already have
and choux pastry gets its name from the fact that the little balls of choux paste used
would great a dessert in their honor. The choux paste would be piped into a circle, in the
but a sandwich of a different type . . . choux paste, cream and chocolate. Meh . . . don't
Eggs as well as the butter, help choux paste stretch as the steam builds. . If the eggs
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