Friday, 19 June 2009

Mini Palmieres Cinnamon | Vanilla



Recipe Ingredients:
  • 2 pkts of ready made puff pastry
  • demerara sugar (sufficient)
  • 1 soup spoon of cinnamon
  • Honey (sufficient)
  • powdered sugar (sufficient)
  • vanilla essence
Sprinkle some flour on a table (surface), lay on the puff pastry block and spread it with the rolling pin until it is just about half a centimetre thick, retaining the rectangular shape. Now spread over it the dememera sugar mixed with the cinnamon, lay it on quite thick layer 2-3mllimetres , then from the smaller with side roll the pastry until about half and do the same from the opposite side, until you have like two rolls in the centre, then with a Sharpe knife cut slices about 1cm thick and lay the slices in a tray either previously buttered and floured, or the easy way with a Teflon baking sheet.

It goes in the oven for around 15 minutes at 180-200 Celsius, until golden, then remove them and place them on a cooling rack.

For the second lot repeat the process, but on this one before rolling I put honey mixed with vanilla essence and a little powdered sugar, and once cooled I sprinkled more powdered sugar.
As the pastry has no sweetness at all this may look like a lot of sweet but I assure you is not and turns out really well balanced. Happy party!!

15 comments:

Happy cook said...

That is a whole lot of delcious looking palmiers.

Happy cook said...

That is a whole lot of delcious looking palmiers.

5 Star Foodie said...

Scrumptious treats!

Sophie said...

MMMMM...:what lovely sugar dusted sweet palmiers!

Lovely to have after dinner with a good cup of fresh coffee!
This is pure deliciousness, Ricardo!

The Duo Dishes said...

Yum. They're addictive. Definitely not what you want to have just sitting around the house.

ARUNA said...

wow they look great!!!

Ricardo said...

Many thanks to my usual followers and new ones too.Well a few less than usual. but nice never the less.

Happy Cook, thank you so much for your visit and nice comment. cheers kisses :) xx

5 Star, thank you so much visit and comment. kisses :) xx

I am entirely with you on that one Sophie coffee and sugar dusted palmieres, what else, loved your comment and visit. kisses :) xxx

The duo Dishes, no of course not have them when you nearly going out that way you just have time for one or two :) cheers for visit and comment. kisses :) xxx

Aruna, nice to meet you thanks for your visit and comment, kisses :) xx

Ruth said...

These sound gorgeous!

Cookin' Canuck said...

These looks delicious! Perfect for dunking into a cup of tea.

Ricardo said...

Thank you so Ruth, I loved your visit and comment. kisses :) xx

Thanks Cookin' Canuck, for the lovely words and visit :) xx

Tangled Noodle said...

I love palmiers! This is such an easy and versatile way of making them - I'd like to add some ground nuts, perhaps.

Ricardo said...

you are sweet heart, Tangled thanks for comments, and yes I agree, also made with some nuts will be lovely, at least I would like...I just didn't do it on those as was for a party and there a lot of people with nut allergy, didn't want to risk.
But yes, bits of nuts, or dried fruits, even nougat pieces or chocolate bits etc etc,,, is unlimited the potential. kisses :) xx

Christelle said...

Oh I do love palmiers :))))

Danielle said...

Those look so sweet and delicious!! They would look beautiful on a brunch table!

Ricardo said...

Thank you Christelle, I love them too, so decided to share the easy way to make them. cheers :) kisses xxx

Thank you Danielle, yeah they were lookers at the christening I made them for. was super delicious and light. thank you :) kisses xxx

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