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How to Make a Puff Pastry Tart with Palmier Pastry Flour

It was the perfect weekend night to create a puff pastry tart with palmier pastry flour.

I was excited to be making my own puff pastry and found out that the recipe had been passed down from my grandmother.

The result was a delicious, delicious pastry that I will cherish for years to come.

To get the dough for my pastry, I simply took the dough from the kitchen counter and used a large mixing bowl to whisk together the flour, sugar, salt, and yeast.

I then added the dough to a large, plastic bag, covered it tightly with a kitchen towel, and placed it in the refrigerator for at least an hour.

After it had chilled, I cut the dough into small cubes and rolled it into balls.

To create the puff pastry, place the dough in the freezer for at leasable time to firm up.

Once chilled, the dough is cut into small balls, which are then folded into a tart shell.

After the pastry shell is formed, it is placed in a refrigerator to chill for atleast an hour or overnight to firm the pastry up.

After this time, the pastry is baked in a pie plate.

I chose to make this pastry tart on the weekend to enjoy it on Saturday, so the pastry will be ready to serve on Sunday afternoon.

I served this puff pastry with my family’s homemade strawberry cream, which I made by simply mixing strawberry cream with lemon and lime juice.

You can use your favorite whipped cream if you prefer.

This puff pastry recipe is one that everyone can enjoy!

It is light and filling and has the perfect combination of filling and crunchy texture.

It will please even the most discerning of pastry lovers.

Recipe adapted from