Everyone must make puff pastry at least once so that they then have a choice whether to make it or buy it, so I have given a recipe below
This pudding takes its name from the effect of jalousies or blinds that is created by the cooked pastry The word comes from the Norman French jallouse, to look through. I like to think of those knights peering through the visors. It is an easy and delicious dish and a great standby of mine.
Roll out the pastry to a
Roll the remaining piece of pastry to a
Brush with egg white and dredge evenly with sugar. Bake in a preheated oven at 220°C/425°F/Gas 7 for 25-30 minutes until well risen and golden brown. This can be made before dinner and put in to cook during the main course.
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