Processor puff-pastry from How To Be a Domestic Goddess: Baking and the Art of Comfort Food (UK) (page 83) by Nigella Lawson

  • lemons
  • butter
  • strong white flour

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  • lilham on November 21, 2020

    I have never made puff pastry before. The recipe said to turn the butter and flour mixture into a bowl before adding water and lemon juice. I had a hard time getting the mixture to form a dough and added a lot more water as a result. Next time I will add the water and lemon juice in the food processor and blitz slightly so the dough forms a bit before turning out, (This is my usual method). The resulting puff pastry is very good and I’m very pleased with it.

  • cassiemcgannon on March 02, 2013

    This is pretty straightforward for a pastry recipe, and works well. It tastes very, very buttery, so if you want a more neutral flavour maybe look elsewhere.

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