I set myself up for a challenge to do some cream puffs. Now why I said challenge you might think, well, it is because I do not have any experiences making profiteroles and my family loves cream puffs, therefore the pressure is luring above me. But I thought “Let’s just try it once, and if it does not work, try again next time. But if it is a success, GOOD FOR YOU!” And I began…
My recipe is from a Youtuber from Japan. The channel’s name is Cooking With A Dog. I have been watching this Youtuber for a while now and the products that they cook looks and feel amazing. They use quality produce and they cook really professionally.
So I stumbled upon their cream puff recipe and I decided to give it a shot!
Making the choux pastry was a rather tedious process, however seeing them raise in the oven gave me a true sense of satisfaction.
While the puffs are cooling, I made the cream! The filling for the cream puffs are the combination of pastry cream and whipped cream.
For the steps and recipe, Please go to Cooking with A Dog, Cream Puffs recipe! I have been following their channel for a while now, and I am constantly amused with the dog, Francis, for always resisting on the visually delicious food the owner is whipping up. Like how can he resist those?!? Do check out their channel and you might find one or two favourites there!
I hope you have enjoyed this recipe as much as I did, although it was the most tedious but interesting recipe I ever baked. Stay tune for the next post as it would be my last post about my recent trip to Vietnam! Till the next time, Ciao~