hey for our french class we’re doing a project on where french adults go on their vacation within france. so if you know.. please reply, thanks.
Stewart McIntosh answers:
Preparation: 10 min
Cooking: 30-35 min
Ingredients (for 6 people):
-pastry 2 discs
-125 g almond powder
-50 g of butter
-100 g powdered sugar
-shave 1 tablespoon of cornstarch
-10 cl milk
-1 teaspoon rum or kirsch
-1 egg yolk to gild
-vanilla powder (according to taste)
-liqueur almonds (according to taste)
In a thick bottom saucepan, beat 2 eggs with the sugar.
Add corn starch diluted in cold milk.
Cook over low heat until boil stirring. Let thicken and remove from heat.
Add powder almonds, vanilla, liqueur almonds, rum or kirsch and cut butter into pieces.
Roll the dough in a pie dish. Garnish with the prepared frangipane. File bean…
Cover with the other drive pulp, welding edges. Brown with egg yolk mixed with a little bit of sugar.
Oven at the bottom of the oven 30 to 35 minutes at 190 ° C (thermostat 6-7).
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