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Choux pastry with cinnamon custard / Soes Vla kayu manis

 Just perfectly nice snack for a family gathering. Drinking tea with friends. Or just as a companion watching TV with your family in nice evening.

Ingredients for pastry:
-150 gr unsalted butter
- 300 ml water
- 1 cup flour. Sifted.
- 3 eggs. beat.
- 1 teaspoon baking powder
- 1 / 2 teaspoon salt


Cinnamon custard Ingredients:
- 400 ml of  milk
- 2 medium cinnamon stick
- 1 / 2 cup granulated sugar
- 2 egg yolks. beat.
- 1 / 2 tablespoons margarine
- Pinch of salt
- 1 tsp vannila
- 1 / 2 tbsp flour
- 3 / 4 tablespoons cornstarch

Topping:
powdered cinnamon to taste




How to make choux pastry:
1. Butter and salt are boiled with water. Stir until boiling. Turn off the heat.
2. Turn on small heat. Stir in the flour little by little, keep on stirring until the dough is completely smooth. Remove from heat and chill.
Note: As you chill the dough, keep stirring the mixture in order to produce nice hollow choux.
3. Once cool, add the eggs little by little while stirring. Stirring can use a wooden spoon, electric mixer or manual whisk.
4. Grease pan with butter. Shape the dough on baking sheet according your own taste.
5. Bake for about 25 min with a temperature of 180 deg C.
Note: Know the condition of your own oven. The size and condition of  your oven, produces different heat result.


How to make cinnamon custard filling.
1. Mix the flour and cornstarch, dissolve it with enough water. Set aside
1. Use medium heat. Heat the milk and cinnamon sticks, sugar and salt. Stir until almost boiling. Place the flour and cornstarch mixture and stir until smooth and thick.
2 Lower the heat. Add egg yolk mixture while still stirred custard. Add vanilla and margarine. Stir again until completely mixed.

How to serve:
Cut the choux pie horizontally. Fill with custard mixture in between and sprinkle top with powdered cinnamon






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9 comments:

  1. Absolutely delicious!... Thank you very much for sharing. Luna

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  2. That cinnamon custard sounds amazing.

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  3. they look so light, fluffy and delicious!

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  4. Thx for the support and comments friends :)

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  5. The cinnamon custard sounds amazing!!! YUM!! :)

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  6. first of all this is a work of art! Second my son will love these and I cant wait to try them and third thanks for sharing this fantastic photo its fabulous! Happy Holidays!
    Claudia from What's Cookin

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  7. Ooh yum!! I think I'm in love :)

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  8. Your choux pastry is absolutely perfect. The custard with cinnamon sounds fantastic as well. Thanks for sharing this.

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