puff pastry

Napoleon Of Puff Pastry With Vanilla-Whiskey Cream Recipe

Add a little bourbon to an impressive dessert
Mar 20, 2015 2:00 pm

There are all kinds of reasons to love Napoleons, but at the top of my list are their flaky texture and the sound they make when you saw into them with a knife (not to mention the delicate crunch when you bite into those multiple layers of puff pastry). 

A Vegetable Tart Recipe That Reminds Us That Spring Has Sprung

Welcome spring with this simple, seasonal tart
Apr 15, 2013 4:31 pm

There's no better way to enjoy beautiful spring vegetables than on simple buttery puff pastry with all the accoutrements. We borrowed this recipe from Tom Aikens' cookbook, Fresh, so we'd have a platform for all this farmers market produce we've been Instagramming non-stop. Hey, what would you do if presented with a spring vegetable tart this aesthetically pleasing?  

Croque Madame Muffins Recipe

French cheesy-sauced eggs baked in toast muffins
Apr 7, 2013 10:02 am
croque madame muffins
Photo: David Loftus

There's nothing like simple French food cooked in a tiny Paris kitchen, which is why we're loving cooking our way through Rachel Khoo's aptly named Little Paris Kitchen. Just because the French don't "do brunch" like we do doesn't mean a great weekend breakfast can't get a little fancy. Next up, Croque Madame Muffins. 

Classic Chicken Pot Pie Recipe

A chicken pot pie recipe that will serve you well
Jan 10, 2012 5:01 pm
chicken pot pie recipe
Photo: flickr4jazz on Flickr

I'm a big proponent of frozen puff pastry. It's not that I don't like the greasy film of flour that develops over my entire kitchen as I fold buttery layer over buttery layer twelve times (allowing ample time for it to rest, of course). No wait, it's that. Besides, the filling is where you want to focus your TLC.

Poached Pear Packages Recipe

Poached pears in a delightfully deep-fried pastry
Jan 3, 2012 4:01 pm
poached pear packages
Photo: Martin Brigdale

Crisp on the outside, meltingly soft within, these hot little packages are delectable. They can be prepared several hours in advance, up to the stage where you cook them, and the pears can be poached a day ahead.

Beef Wellington Recipe

Wrap that beef in puff pastry for a decadent roast
Dec 21, 2011 6:01 pm
roast filet of beef en croute
Photo: Frederic Lucano

Filet of beef "en croute," better known as Beef Wellington, is a classic holiday dish. Since filet or tenderloin is generally a leaner cut than, say, a ribeye or a Porterhouse, it makes perfect sense to wrap it in something almost completely composed of butter: puff pastry, with a layer of sauteed mushrooms in between to keep things moist and flavorful. 

Inside-Out Chicken Pot Pie Recipe

Chicken pot pie celebrates opposite day, too.
Nov 18, 2011 5:01 pm
chicken pot pie recipe
Photo: Matt Armendariz

If you're craving a hearty chicken pot pie but don't have the wherewithal to...well, make a pie, try this easy dinner on for size. Cutting a few corners and scrapping the whole composed savory pastry idea will get a pot pie on the table faster than you'd think.


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