Hojaldres de Piñónes con Manzana

Puff Pastry With Apple Compote Coated In Pine Nuts

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Preparation info

  • Makes

    12

    Pieces
    • Difficulty

      Easy

Appears in

MoVida Rustica

By Frank Camorra and Richard Cornish

Published 2009

  • About

THE ROADS TO CÁDIZ ARE LINED WITH PINES. THE GREAT BELTS OF WINDSWEPT TREES THAT WHISPER QUIETLY IN THE ATLANTIC BREEZE HOLD TOGETHER THE SAND DUNES, SHELTER THE FIELDS AND PRODUCE CREAMY LITTLE PINE NUTS, WHICH ARE USED EXTENSIVELY IN ANDALUSIAN PASTRIES. LIGHTLY TOASTED, THE PINE NUTS ARE TRAPPED IN LAYERS OF SWEET GLAZE AND COVER SPONGE CAKES AND PUFF PASTRIES. FOR THIS RECIPE YOU CAN USE READY-MADE PUFF PASTRY, AS THERE ARE NOW SOME GOOD PRODUCTS AROUND, BUT I HAVE INCLUDED A SIMPLE REC