Tuesdays with Dorie BCM: Pailles

March 27, 2018 at 4:43 pm | Posted in BCM, cookies & bars, groups, sweet things, tuesdays with dorie | 7 Comments

pailles

If you’ve ever had a palmier, this is a similar concept…Pailles are like two palmiers sandwiched with jam. Similar to palmiers, you maneuver a sheet of puff pastry through a series of sugaring, folding and cutting to wind up with a pastry that’s a squiggle of a zillion sweet layers. I like things like this to be well-caramelized– no pale spots! I filled my bronzed pailles with huckleberry jam, finally finishing off a jar that I feel I’ve had forever. Sweet satisfaction all around.

For the recipe, see Baking Chez Moi by Dorie Greenspan. It’s also here, but I have to say, I found the picture of the process included in the book’s recipe to be very helpful. I have a short attention span for long instructions. Don’t forget to check out the rest of the TWD Blogroll!

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  1. So gorgeous, Steph!

  2. Oh my, those look good…so beautifully caramelized.

  3. Your cookies look so cute. We have used up some jam for this one too. A nice surprise for me with this one.

  4. I loved the caramelised puff pastry – so good!

  5. They look perfect and perfectly caramelized. I baked mine for an extra 5 minutes but the still came out a little pale. My husband actually said they looked like palmiers though he couldn’t remember the name. Maybe that is what I’ll do with the leftover puff pastry… I feel as if I might be able to tackle that after reading your description. Thanks!

  6. Yours are lovely and “French baked” ❤ I was also thankful for the step-by-step image in the book!


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