Definition of Pate a choux

1. Noun. Batter for making light hollow cases to hold various fillings.

Exact synonyms: Pouf Paste, Puff Batter
Generic synonyms: Batter



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Pate A Choux

patchoulies
patchoulis
patchoulol synthase
patchouly
patchwork
patchwork quilt
patchworked
patchworking
patchworks
patchworky
patchy
patchy atelectasis
patdown
patdowns
pate
pate a choux (current term)
pate de foie gras
pate feuillete
pated
patefaction
patefactions
patella
patella femoral pain syndrome
patellae
patellalgia
patellamide
patellar
patellar dislocation
patellar fossa of vitreous
patellar ligament

Literary usage of Pate a choux

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1. Hand-book of Practical Cookery, for Ladies and Professional Cooks by Pierre Blot (1867)
"Make some pate a choux. Then put four tablespoonfuls of flour on the paste-board with two of sugar, one egg, one ounce of butter, salt, and a pinch of ..."

2. Hand-book of Practical Cookery: For Ladies and Professional Cooks by Pierre Blot (1884)
"Make some pate a choux. Then put four tablespoonfuls of flour on the ... Spread some pate a choux, about a teaspoonful, all over the paste left in the ..."

3. The Boston Cooking-school Cook Book by Fannie Merritt Farmer (1911)
"Pate a Choux 2V£ tablespoons milk J£ teaspoon salt yi teaspoon lard J ^ cup flour '2 teaspoon butter 1 egg Heat butter, lard, and milk to boiling-point, ..."

4. The Steward's Handbook and Guide to Party Catering by Jessup Whitehead (1903)
"CHOUX PASTE—The same paste of which the familiar Boston cream puffs are made; it is called pate a choux in French, is used in a few forms about meats and in ..."

5. Pot-pourri from a Surrey Garden by Maria Theresa Earle, Constance Lytton (1898)
"Make a paste (pate a choux) as follows :—Ingredients : 4| oz. of flour, 4| oz. of butter, 1| pint of water, 3 whole eggs (4 if small), a pinch of salt and ..."

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