Sugar Dough

There are different recipes for the Sweet Dough. Here are the ones I use the most: plain, chocolate or hazelnuts.

 

  • Sweet Dough: 

The first is a basic version that you can use to make your pies.

Sweet Dough for a Tart about 30 cm in diameter: 

.250g flour

.25g almond flour

.140g butter

.100g icing sugar 

.50g egg (1 egg)

. 1g salt

Preparation of your Sweet Dough: 

1/ Cream the softened butter with the sugar. Your mixture should become creamy.

2/ Add the egg.

3/ Make a well of flour and almond powder and place the preparation in the center. To mix everything

4/ 'Spread' with the palm of your hand

5/ Keep your sweet dough spread out between 2 sheets of baking paper in a cool place

 

  • Sweet Dough with Cocoa: 

This second chocolate version will go wonderfully with a Chocolate Pie or Chocolate Caramel Pie!

Making the sweet dough (you can make it the day before):

.100g butter

.80g of sugar or icing sugar

.50g egg

.150g flour and 50g cocoa powder

*pinch of salt

1/ Cream the softened butter with the sugar. Your mixture should become creamy.

2/ Add the egg.

3/ Make a well of flour and cocoa powder and place the preparation in the center. To mix everything

4/ 'Spread' with the palm of your hand

5/ Keep your sweet dough spread out between 2 sheets of baking paper in a cool place

 

  • Sweet dough with Hazelnuts and Vanilla: 

This sweet dough goes perfectly with raspberries.

Click on the photo to access the Raspberry Tart recipe.

Tarte Framboise

 

.200g flour

.75g hazelnuts flour

.140g butter

.100g icing sugar 

.50g egg (1 egg)

. 1g salt

Preparation of your Sweet Dough: 

1/ Cream the softened butter with the sugar. Your mixture should become creamy.

2/ Add the egg. Then the flour and hazelnut powder.

4/ 'Spread' with the palm of your hand

5/ Keep your sweet dough spread out between 2 sheets of baking paper in a cool place

 

The barbaric vocabulary of pastry is explained to you in our Lexicon. Just click on the word in pink.

 

Crédits Photos : @amoureusedunetarteaucitron

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