The Perfect Cream Puff – Kitchen Conundrums with Thomas Joseph

Have you experienced problems with cream puffs? Were the interiors doughy? Did they collapse when you removed them from the oven instead of coming out with a crispy golden brown exterior? The secret is pate a choux, an easy to make dough with only 5 ingredients, not counting water, that only takes only a matter of minutes to make.

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The Perfect Cream Puff – Kitchen Conundrums with Thomas Joseph

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  1. Rubaeus

    Great for Birthdays!

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