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  • Gallettes | Destitute Gourmet
    class feedback Charts and Conversions Metric conversion chart Seasonal Availability Calendar Destitute Gourmet Master Recipe Index Meat Cuts BBQ Cooking Times Sausage Definitions Contact Gallettes All Recipes Gallettes Next Previous With a sharp knife score a border 1 cm inside the edge of the pastry either large sheets or small rectangles all the way round taking care not to cut all the way through This border will rise as the pastry cooks forming a raised edge to the tart To prevent the middle rising prick the centre all over with a fork this lets some of the steam through which combined with the weight of the filling keeps the middle from rising and spilling the filling out This is a useful technique for quick easy tarts Spoon the filling whatever you have left over onto the prepared pastry taking care to get it close to but not over the borders Place in the preheated oven and bake for 20 minutes or until the pastry edge is risen and golden Stay Connected Blogger Facebook Twitter Youtube Lest We Forget Old fashioned Anzac Biscuits Your home baking repertoire won t be complete without this classic t co l0V1OlYeNi Time ago 3 Days

    Original URL path: http://www.destitutegourmet.com/recipes/gallettes/ (2016-04-27)
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  • Jalousie | Destitute Gourmet
    Definitions Contact Jalousie All Recipes Jalousie Next Previous Jalousie refers to the way the pastry is sliced to resemble a wooden slatted blind jalousie is French In culinary terms almost anything sliced like this is a jalousie like we might describe something as a parcel whether it is wrapped in pastry or bread or banana leaves or grape leaves A pastry jalousie is a very good way to make a small amount of something go a long way this recipe is just one example try sweet or savoury versions 500 g sausage meat 1 onion chopped 1 2 tsp mixed herbs 2 sheets of puff pastry or home made flaky pastry Milk to glaze In a bowl or processor combine the sausage meat onion and herbs Lay a sheet of pastry on a baking tray brush the edges with water and spread the seasoned sausage meat inside the pastry square Lay the second sheet of pastry over the top carefully sealing the edges Cut diagonal slits in the top of the pastry and brush with milk Bake the Jalousie for 20 25 minutes until risen and golden Serve hot or cold Stay Connected Blogger Facebook Twitter Youtube Lest We Forget

    Original URL path: http://www.destitutegourmet.com/recipes/jalousie/ (2016-04-27)
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  • Origami Tartlets | Destitute Gourmet
    Times Sausage Definitions Contact Origami Tartlets All Recipes Origami Tartlets Next Previous These pretty little pastries are an excellent base for both sweet and savoury nibbles The fold sounds complicated but is very easy Makes 16 Origami tartlets 1 sheet of frozen ready rolled puff pastry 1 egg beaten Toppings Cut the sheet into 16 squares Take a knife and on each square make 4 cuts from the point of each corner towards the middle The incision should not cut into the middle just halfway Fold opposing points into the middle pressing down firmly then fold remaining opposing points into the middle and press down creating a windmill shape Brush with beaten egg and top with sweet or savoury toppings Bake at 210 for 10 minutes or until golden and crisp Topping ideas Before cooking spread a dollop of apricot jam and a slice of fresh apricot peach or nectarine and a sprinkle of brown sugar Dust with icing sugar when cooked Bake the pastries then top with sour cream and a teaspoon of something decadent such as caviar salmon roe or a sliver of salmon Garnish with chopped herbs Stay Connected Blogger Facebook Twitter Youtube Lest We Forget Old

    Original URL path: http://www.destitutegourmet.com/recipes/origami-tartlets/ (2016-04-27)
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  • Palmiers | Destitute Gourmet
    so quick to make even a non baker can whip them up for a quick snack or to accessorise a simple dessert Make savoury Palmiers with pesto or tapenade to serve with drinks 1 sheet of frozen puff pastry Strawberry jam or hazelnut and chocolate spread or pesto Caster sugar or grated parmesan cheese Cover a baking sheet with non stick baking paper or spray well with non stick spray Spread the pastry with your chosen spread then sprinkle with caster sugar or Parmesan cheese Fold sides into the middle and sprinkle once again Fold the sides in again forming a folded log Slice the pastry across the log making little hearts or Palmiers Bend the feet of each palmier out so it resembles a little dancing capital A then lie them flat side down on the baking sheet and sprinkle with caster sugar Bake 15 min or till golden Remove quickly to a rack to cool Serve 2 to 3 little Palmiers with ice cream or coffee or on the side of a dessert Make large Palmiers and layer them on individual serving plates with fruit and cream drizzle with a fruit or chocolate sauce and dust with icing

    Original URL path: http://www.destitutegourmet.com/recipes/palmiers/ (2016-04-27)
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  • Muffin Pan Pies | Destitute Gourmet
    class feedback Charts and Conversions Metric conversion chart Seasonal Availability Calendar Destitute Gourmet Master Recipe Index Meat Cuts BBQ Cooking Times Sausage Definitions Contact Muffin Pan Pies All Recipes Muffin Pan Pies Next Previous The perfect cutter for lining muffin pans with pastry is actually a 425 g tuna tin It s worth making a fish pie just to get the tin A regular cookie cutter will do fine for cutting pastry lids 2 Sheets of ready rolled puff pastry makes 6 single serve pies Filling leftovers from dinner canned or stewed fruit whatever you have Beaten egg for glazing Cut the pastry into circles re rolling the pastry when necessary to line 6 greased muffin pans with pastry place a spoonful of filling into each pastry case then re roll the pastry to cut the lids Brush the edges of the lids with water and press into place with the tines of a fork Lightly whisk the egg brush over the pies and bake until risen and golden Stay Connected Blogger Facebook Twitter Youtube Lest We Forget Old fashioned Anzac Biscuits Your home baking repertoire won t be complete without this classic t co l0V1OlYeNi Time ago 3 Days

    Original URL path: http://www.destitutegourmet.com/recipes/muffin-pan-pies/ (2016-04-27)
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  • Bande au Pommes | Destitute Gourmet
    Recipe Index Meat Cuts BBQ Cooking Times Sausage Definitions Contact Bande au Pommes All Recipes Bande au Pommes Next Previous These pretty little pastries can be made by an 8 yr old and taste fantastic Make several batches allowing 2 bandes per person serve them on their own dusted with icing sugar or with whipped cream or ice cream if you prefer 1 sheet of frozen puff pastry 2 medium apples peeled and quartered 2 tbsp apricot jam Icing sugar to dust Extra jam to glaze Cut the pastry into thirds then cut each third in half to make 6 even sized rectangles Prick the down the middle of each rectangle 4 or 5 times Spread a little apricot jam down the middle of each pastry Bande and then slice the apple quarters and place 5 or 6 overlapping slices down the center of the strip Bake the pastries on a greased tray until the pastry is puffed up and golden Heat a little extra apricot jam and brush the cooked apple centers with the warmed jam Dust with icing sugar before serving Stay Connected Blogger Facebook Twitter Youtube Lest We Forget Old fashioned Anzac Biscuits Your home baking repertoire

    Original URL path: http://www.destitutegourmet.com/recipes/bande-au-pommes/ (2016-04-27)
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  • Puff Tarts | Destitute Gourmet
    great way of making a little bit of something go a long way Filling Pastry sheets Beaten egg for glazing Divide pastry sheets into quarters brush around edges with water put a spoonful of sweet or savoury mixture onto each quarter pull corners into middle and pinch along joins to form raised seams Brush with milk and sprinkle with poppy seeds almonds sugar or cheese according to your filling Bake

    Original URL path: http://www.destitutegourmet.com/recipes/puff-tarts/ (2016-04-27)
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  • Candy cane Oreo pops | Destitute Gourmet
    mini Oreos or Wheelies approx 35 40 small cookies 250 g dark chocolate I use Whitakkers 62 cacao 1 tbsp vegetable oil or Kremelta Candy canes approx 40 g or 3 x 13 g small canes from a pack of 12 popsicle sticks or lollipop sticks Aluminium foil Cookie sheet Place the chocolate in a heat proof bowl over a pan of gently simmering water until the chocolate has melted Stir in the vegetable fat or oil until completely combined While the chocolate is melting twist the cookies to separate them all into 2 halves and place them icing side up on a foil covered cookie sheet place the candy canes into a small snap lock bag and pound with a rolling pin until crushed Place a blob of chocolate onto half the cookies sprinkle the chocolate with crushed candy and place a stick into the chocolate blob Place one of the remaining cookie halves on top and gently press When all the cookies have a stick inserted place the tray in the fridge for 10 minutes or until they chocolate has set Gently re warm the remaining melted chocolate and dip each cookie pop into the liquid chocolate then

    Original URL path: http://www.destitutegourmet.com/recipes/candy-cane-oreo-pops/ (2016-04-27)
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