Saint Honore Caramel*

5 Mar

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February and March Premier class menu is Saint Honore!

Saint Honore is one of the traditional French choux pastries. Did you know that the cream puff that you are familiar with is actually created in Japan and they almost do not exist in France? Instead, the puff pastries you see in France are mainly this Saint Honore, Paris Brest, and Eclair.

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Saint Honore normally consists with pie crust (or pate a sable), 3 mini choux and cream.

Our Saint Honore will be; pate foncer (salty pie crust), mini choux with caramel patissiere and caramel cream. The brown color part is caramel.

Saint Honore has various flavors and I also tried a few in the past.

Arnaud Larher

Saint Honore a Caramel @ Arnaud Larher Paris

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Ispahan Saint Honore @ Pierre Herme Tokyo

I was quite fascinated by its beautiful shape and have always wanted to create a recipe. I tried out many flavors such as chocolate , rose, and caramel and liked caramel the best. So I’m going to teach it to you in the class!

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This class is also good to learn and practice making cream puffs!

Here is the schedule for this class;

DATE & TIME:    March 8th (Sat.)    11:00am-3:00pm – FULL

                               March 23rd (Sun.) 11:00am-3:00pm

FEE:                       RM210.00 (RM169.00 for members)

To register for the class, please email me at caramelmoko@gmail.com (Tomoko). Thank you for visiting our site and I will be looking forward to hearing from you!!!

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