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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

Ingredients

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

Fillings:
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


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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

Comments

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

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

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  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!

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  4. Hi Doreen,

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

    Zoe

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  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 !

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  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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