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Almond Nibs Choux Puff...酥脆杏仁泡夫

I am making this Almond Choux Puff to join Jasline/s Choux Party. Intended to follow her savory  choux puff (gougeres) recipe but i found out i don't have parmesan cheese on hand...:p

And i come out with this Almond Choux Puff with a savory filling. 

Almond Choux Puffs
Adapted from .tsuji Ecole de patisserie ( 果子学校) Volume 7
This book is in chinese version


100 ml water
45 g butter
a pinch of salt
60 g plain flour
2 eggs

50 g cream cheese
30 g tuna flakes in olive oil
some black pepper
some salt to taste
some oregano flakes

To do:

  • Boil water, butter and salt in a sauce pan.
  • Add in plain flour all at once into the boiling water and stir vigorously.
  • Leave the pan from the stove. Let the batter cool.
  • Beat in eggs a little at a time until mixture turn thick.
  • Put the mixture into a pipping bag with a plain tip.
  • Pipe onto a lined baking tray.
  • Bake at 200C for 30 minutes.
  • When it is cool, snip open a side of the choux puff and stuff it with the fillings... ENJOY~

Small Small Baker/Aspiring Baker

I am submitting this post to Aspiring Bakers #34: Choux Party ( August 2013 ) hosted by Jasline of Foodie Baker


I'm also going to submit this to Little Thumbs Up organised by Zoe from Bake for Happy Kids and me from my little favourite DIY  This month's theme - Egg - is hosted by Yen from Eat your heart out. The recipes are all linked at this post!

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I'm also going to submit this to Cook Your Books No 3 organised by Joyce of Kitchen Flavours


  1. It sure looks good and yummy, dont they?

  2. Like your choux buns very much... so cute! And can easily pop in the mouth. :) Thanks so much for linking this to LTU!

  3. Hi Doreen,
    Oh yum! Tuna filling sounds delicious to me! My kids love tuna sandwich and they would definitely love this too!
    Thanks for linking!

  4. Hi Doreen,

    I like your choux pastry with almonds! Look and sounds yummy!


  5. This is one pastry that I've been meaning to make for quiet sometime but as usual ..... you know the reason :P :D Savory filling is just wonderful in this flaky pastry !

  6. Hi Mui Mui, I love this... look soooo delicious. Great to go with kopi. Wish I can have 2 pieces. :))

    Have a nice day.


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