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cream puffs


Testa di Turco (Moors’ Head) is a Sicilian dessert prepared all over Sicily.

In some town it is made with baked cream-puff pastry in the form of a turban and covered with honey or else filled with ricotta or custard cream and colorfully decorated; in other places, it is made with baked puff-pasty shaped into square and it is spread with ricotta or custard cream.

The cream cheese in this recipe adds a little extra tang. It will be a little less stiff than the traditional filling, but it’s worth the compromise.

Flaky cream puff shells are filled with vanilla pudding that tastes like eggnog. A perfect treat for the holidays!   SERVINGS: 4 INGREDIENTS: 2/5 cup water 1/5 cup butter or margarine 2/5 cup all-purpose flour 1 3/5 eggs powdered sugar   EGGNOG CREAM: 2/5 package (4 serving size) instant vanilla pudding and pie filling mix …

Mom’s all time favorite dessert. Cream Puffs are not as difficult to make as one might think. The puff pastry can be made ahead of time and you can now use instant custard or pudding for the filling. Years ago Mom made homemade custard for the filling which is really tricky and a little time …

St. Joseph’s Day is celebrated on March 19th every year. On this day, the feast of San Giuseppe, every Italian household makes its version of zeppole, or cream puffs. The cream puff shells can be made ahead and frozen, and the filling can be made a day before serving. The lard is what makes the …

Easy, simple and fantastic Italian recipe!!! Recipe from: https://www.cookingwithnonna.com/italian-cuisine/brioche-con-crema-cream-puffs.html Ingredients 1 cup of water 6 tablespoons unsalted butter, cut into pieces  1/8 teaspoon salt  1 cup all-purpose flour  3 large eggs  Combine butter and water in saucepan; bring to a boil and then lower heat until butter is melted. Add flour all at one time and …