- 115 g butter
- 1/4 teaspoon salt
- 240 ml of water
- 120 g flour
- 4 large eggs
- 350 ml sweet cream
- 25 g sugar
- 1 teaspoon BAM vanilla paste
Princes are a type of choux pastry, usually filled with whipped cream or vanilla cream. Princess cakes are a popular dessert in many countries and are often served at weddings, parties and other special events. They are also often found in bakeries and pastry shops, where they are often decorated with icing sugar, chocolate or other toppings.
Prepare the dough by combining the flour, butter, water and eggs and then forming it into small balls on a baking tray. After baking, the princess cakes are usually filled with fillings of different flavours, whipped cream and vanilla cream being the most commonly used.
We need to be patient for the princesses to succeed. When adding the flour to the butter and water mixture, the mixture must be stirred for some time to obtain a smooth and cohesive dough without lumps. It is important not to give up too quickly.
For uniform princesses, the dough must be shaped into evenly sized loaves. A piping bag can help.
Finally, the golden rule and one of the most important rules of pastry-making: do not open the oven door while baking. A sudden change in temperature can cause the ready-made puff pastry loaves to collapse.