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ITALIAN-CREAM STUFFED CANNONCINI

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INGREDIENTS :

Custard cream (crema pasticcera):
8 ounces (235 ml) of milk
3 Egg yolks
1/2 c. (100 grams) of sugar
3 tbsp (30 grams) of all-purpose flour
1 tsp of vanilla extract
Cannoncini:
1/4 c. (50 grams) of sugar
1 sheet of puff pastry, defrosted (about 8 ounces, 225 grams)
powdered sugar to decorate
1 egg (for egg wash)

INSTRUCTIONS :

Custard cream (crema pasticcera):
Step 1: Start by warming the milk (not bubbling) until hot.
Step 2: Whisk the egg yolks, sugar, vanilla concentrate, and flour in a medium-sized skillet until light and cushioned. Gradually add the milk while racing until the bumps are no more.
Step 3: On medium intensity, place the skillet and continue to mix until the combination is gradually bubbling. Then, at that point, decline the intensity and keep cooking for a couple of additional minutes until you arrived at your favored consistency.
Step 4: In a glass bowl, pour the cream. Tent with cling wrap and permit the custard cream to cool. Pop in the ice chest for basically 60 minutes.
Baked good horns:
Step 5: Prepare the broiler. Preheat it to 400 degrees F or 200 degrees C.
Stage 6: On a counter, sprinkle some sugar. Carry the baked good out on the counter to around 9 x 12-inches square shape. Partition the square shape into around 1-inch thickness (12 pieces) stripes.
Step 7: Onto a horn shape, roll each strip, covering to around half of its length. On a baking sheet fixed with material paper with crease, place the moved strip, side-down.
Step 8: Whisk one egg with a tbsp of water, then gently brush every baked good cone with it.
Step 9: Place the baking sheet in the preheated broiler and prepare the cake horns for around 15 to 20 minutes until the highest point of the horns is brilliant.
Step 10: Remove from the broiler when done and permit the cream horns to cool for a couple of moments before tenderly eliminating them from the shape. Somewhat press the form in the event that the cake sticks to it, delicately turn it inside the baked good until the horn falls off
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