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How to Make Perfect Pastry by Catherine Atkinson

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  • ISBN 10 1780191987
  • ISBN 13 9781780191980
  • Published Sep 01 2012
  • Format Paperback
  • Page Count 128
  • Language English
  • Countries United Kingdom
  • Publisher Anness Publishing
  • Imprint Southwater

Publishers Text

The fine art of pastry-making is made easy with more than 75 tempting step-by-step recipes shown in over 400 stunning photographs. It shows you how to make every kind of pastry with foolproof techniques for shortcrust, rich shortcrust, pate sucree, suet, puff, choux, filo and hot water crust. It includes recipes for over 75 fabulous pastry dishes for every kind of occasion, from family suppers and light lunches to dinner parties and buffets. It presents step-by-step instructions combined with over 400 pictures demonstrate each stage of the process for success every time. It includes wonderful pastry appetizers and snacks, classic quiches and tarts, double-crust pies and parcels, as well as sweet pies, tarts and tartlets, and rich pastry desserts. It also includes information on equipment, lining tins and pans, using a food processor, and creating pastry decorations. Cook in style using this excellent guide to the art of pastry-making with contemporary and classic recipes from around the world. Making pastry is explained clearly, step by step, from simple shortcrust to choux and puff pastry. Every technique is included, from shaping pastry to using trimmings for decorative finishes, as well as essential information on baking times and oven temperatures. Recipes include Potato and Leek Filo Pie, Tomato and Black Olive Tart, Shellfish in Puff Pastry, Pecan Tassies and Mississippi Mud Pie. This is a fabulous guide and recipe collection for aspiring pastry chefs.

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