Danish Pastries

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  • Makes

    12

    Danish Pastries
    • Difficulty

      Easy

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By James Peterson

Published 2007

  • About

Real Danish pastries, unlike the breadlike imitations so often sold by the same name, are made with dough that is similar to croissant dough. Indeed, it is so similar that you can use croissant dough to make Danish pastries without compromising quality. Here, the dough is rolled out, sprinkled with raisins and nuts, and spread with frangipane, but almost any filling—fruit preserves and cream cheese, shredded apple, currants, and nuts—will work.

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