Our type 45 is designed to be used for making fine puff pastry, and is a classic example of a “Farine Supérieure”. This grade of flour is used in France to produce a variety of pastries which require....
The Broyé du Poitou, an old, traditional French recipe for a buttery biscuit coming from the Poitou region of western France. Easy to make, doesn't need a special tin and traditionally broken into little pieces, for sharing, by giving one big punch to the middle of it. The hard biscuit then breaks into chunky shards.
Easy...quick....scrumptious... "Delicious when warm, soft on the inside, crunchy on the outside," says my daughter, Cansu Julia, who helped to mix the dough and roll out the croissants with her sister.
If you've time, look on the internet for Pane Altamura and the various ways to form the loaf
It's informative and fun trying something different
Many thanks to ABaker for the inspiration
However if you haven't try this!
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We love to see what you've been baking, but are just updating this section at the moment - we will be able to accept new community recipes in the near future, please don't try to upload in the meantime as we won't be able to accept the photo or send a voucher yet.
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