The easiest way to enjoy Parisian-style gnocchi: puffed in brown butter with a crisp coating of broiled cheese.
'pate a choux' on Serious Eats
Light and tender Parisian-style gnocchi made with a poached pâte à choux.
A perfect end-of-summer meal with light and airy Parisian-style gnocchi crisped in olive oil and served with oven-roasted cherry tomatoes, zucchini, and sweet corn.
Cream puffs? For Christmas? These once-dainty treats are super-sized and mint-ified for the holidays, making for a perfect addition to your seasonal table.
This classic French pastry is filled with a vanilla scented cream and covered in a smooth chocolate glaze.
Pâte à choux (pronounced pat-ah-choo) is the paste-like dough used for making the crispy shells of cream puffs, éclairs, gougères, and profiteroles. Once you understand the technique, making choux at home is easy. The hard part is choosing a filling. Some favorites include: pastry cream, pudding, chocolate ganache, whipped lox and cream cheese, or jam.