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Cake "Saint-honoré"

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Cake "Saint-honoré"

Gateau Saint-honoré, also known as "Ball Cake" covered by a shiny caramel eclairs for holiday built on a crispy layered pastry. Ornate cake named after a Saint — Saint Honore ( Saint Honore ) — the defender and protector of French confectioners and bakers, whose feast day is may 16. The French know how to give big names to their delights and necessarily associated with the legend. And we this Eclair cake layered on dough.


Cooking time 180 minutes Number of servings20

Ingredients for Cake "Saint-honoré"




Step-by-step instruction of cooking Cake "Saint-honoré"


Step 1

Bake eclairs recipe
I used to have eclairs turned out in one, but with this recipe I am calm.


Step 2

Bake eclairs recipe here:http://www.pov arenok.ru/recipes/sh ow/65837/
I used to have eclairs turned out in one, but with this recipe I am calm.


Step 3

Cream eclairs - whip 300 ml of cream, add 3 tbsp sugar and vanilla.
Fill with cream through the hole from the top with a syringe. Put into the refrigerator.


Step 4

The rolled out puff pastry nadkalyvaet fork and cut the desired size.


Step 5

Transfer to a baking sheet, grease with melted butter and sprinkle with cinnamon sugar.
If someone does not like cinnamon, just sprinkle with sugar to puff pastry caramelizados.
Bake in preheated oven at t 350F ( 180*C ) 20 minutes.


Step 6

Caramel should be prepared in advance.
Sugar burned on a hot pan, but be careful - it should not burn!
Right that sugar to pour eclairs on the assembled cake ( this is if you have no time or do not want to bother).


Step 7

But we move on.
Pour the cream and mix well.


Step 8

Then pour this mass of white chocolate and mix well.
On the website there is a recipe classic caramel.


Step 9

Take out of the refrigerator filled eclairs and partially dip into the caramel.


Step 10

Help yourself. Bon Appetit!


Step 11

And here is the breakdown.


Step 12

Here it is the picture that I "prayed" :-X
(photo from the French site).