Turbinates of cream

Turbinates of cream
Turbinates of cream
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Ingredients
  • · Half a kilo of frozen puff pastry.
  • · An egg.
For cream
  • · Two eggs.
  • · 50 grams of sugar.
  • · 25 grams of flour.
  • · A quarter of a litre of milk.
  • · A lemon rind.
To decorate
  • · 150 grams of whipped cream.
  • · 30 grams of grated chocolate.
Instructions
  1. Defrost the puff pastry in the bottom of the refrigerator. Cut twelve squares of aluminum foil, fold them in half diagonally and wrap them in a cone shape to make the molds.
  2. Stretch the dough until it's three centimeters in thickness, and cut into strips of two centimeters wide. Moisten one edge with a brush dipped in water and wrap the strips around molds, overlapping them slightly.
  3. Paint the dough with beaten egg to Polish it and bakes the turbinates in fairly hot oven until browned.
  4. Prepare the cream: put the yolks in a saucepan, Add the sugar and stir well, fold in flour and then mix it, pour the cold milk, with the lemon rind, slowly without stirring constantly. Closer to the low heat and continue whisking until it thickens.
  5. Once cooked the turbinates, Remove aluminum foil and fill with cream, decorating them with cream and grated chocolate.
Notes
  • Tips.
  • The frozen puff pastry is one of the most practical resources. Only you must be careful to buy it time so that you do not grasp the surprise.
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