Friday, June 3, 2011

Danish Pastries

This is one of my favourites,Danish Pastries.This danish pastries taste yummyyy and soft.
It's one of Alex Goh's recipe,I like his recipe because it's easy to make and well instructed.

I'm submitting this entry to Aspiring Bakers # Bread Seduction (June2011) hosted by The Sweetylicious
Here's the recipe that I adapted and modefied a bit:

280 gm bread flour
120 gm plain flour
55 gm sugar
1 tsp salt
1 1/2 tbsps milk powder
4 tsps instant yeast

190 ml cold water
1 egg

40 gm butter

200 gm croissant margerine

2 tbsps instant custard
5 tbsps water

Some  Raisins

Mix (A) till well blended.
Add (B) and knead to form a dough.
Add(C) and to form a smooth dough.
Roll it into a rectangular shape,wrap the dough with clear film and freezed it for 1 hour.
Wrap (D) with plastic sheet and roll it out.
Roll the dough into square, and wrap up croissant margerine.
Give the dough a bit hit, then roll into rectangular,fold into 3 layer two times ,then wrap it with cling film and put it in fridge for 20 minutes.
Take the dough out and repeat the folding step once,and wrap it with cling film, and put it in fridge for another 30 minutes.I always leave it in freezer overnight.
Mean time, mix the instant custard with water,stir it until become a smooth paste.
Take it out from fridge and divide it into 2 portions.
Roll them out thinly about 2-3 mm.
Spread some instant custard and sprinkle some raisins.
Rool up the dough, like a swiss roll.
Using sharp knife,cut it about 2.5cm height.
Put these dough portions on to lined baking tray,lightlt press them flat,then put half cherries in the centre of each.Let it prove for 45 minutes.
Brush with egg wash and bake at 180 C for 13-15 minutes.Serve.

Spread instant custard and sprinkle raisins.

Roll up,like a swissroll.

Use a sharp knife and cut it.

Arrange it in lined baking tray and prove for 45 minutes.

After egg wash, ready to go in the oven.

Voila!!The Danish Pastries.Enjoy!!


ken said...

eh this looks nice..
will try one day :)

Nava.K said...

lovely and quite easy though to make, maybe will try with different filing inside and see what happens.

With work, time is really so difficult for me to practice my baking skills.

Amelia's De-ssert said...

your danish pastries looks perfect.
I'd try this recipe before, very nice and east to make.

Sonia (Nasi Lemak Lover) said...

Wow, this must be very fresh and good, I wish to have it now with a cup of coffee.

wendyywy @ Table for 2..... or more said...

I love Danish Pastries, but am intimidated by it. Will hope to try it one day

The Sweetylicious said...

this look so lovely! (: im not courageous enough to try it. doesnt look at all easy but you pull it off so nicely! great job! (:

Food Glorious Food! said...

Cute danish! Would love to try making them soon! Thanks for sharing!

Anonymous said...

Esto solamente la condicionalidad

ღᏓуռ էяɨռɨאღ said...

AWWWW!!! You baked them so well! Looks exactly like those at Delifrance! :D
It's one of my fav pastry too! ^.^

kumfye said...

this is an awesome masterpiece... ^^feel free to drop by

Cheah said...

I would certainly like to have some of these to go with my tea right now! Yummy!

yummylittlecooks said...

thank you.

ya, can try with chocolate or cinnamon sugar too.Like me, I did the pastry earlier,the next day I put filling and bake.

thank you very much.

I'm a addict to coffee too,will feel sleepy if I don't drink my coffee.

Try it, it's easy to make.

Believe me, it's easy, just follow the steps.

Food Glorious Food,
Try it, you'll love it.

Thank you very much.

kumfye, thank you very much.

You certainly did.

Jeannie said...

Very time consuming but worth it I guess...I don't hv the patience to do this lol!

lena said...

this looks fabulous! the last time i made this , it was kind of failure, too much butter oozed out and the shape didnt really look like cinnamon rolls! well done!!

yummylittlecooks said...

Do the pastry first,bake the next day.

Thank you.

a girl's diary said...

so tempting.....very nice recipe :)

Anonymous said...

what is croissant margerine? i went to a shop that sell bakery stuff and they claimed that never heard of croissant margerine b4...izit available easily in supermarket?

yummylittlecooks said...

I don't know where are you staying, but most of the bakery shop will sell this.You can try ask for 'pastry margerine', but for me croissant margerine are the best,but expensive a bit

Anonymous said...

can i use normal margerine instead?

yummylittlecooks said...

Cannot use margerine but you can use pastry margerine.

Rohaya said...

hmmm look so Deli ..

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Anonymous said...

Hi, is croissant margerine same with pastry margerine? Which should i used to bake portugese tart? Thx alot.. ;p