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I'm attempting to replicate a recipe I recently saw on TV. The item is the pomme d'amour from Knead Patisserie in San Fran. Basically it's some caramel sauce and vanilla custard inside a puff pastry c
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Pomme D'amour

posted at 7/28/2013 6:57 PM EDT
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I'm attempting to replicate a recipe I recently saw on TV. The item is the pomme d'amour from Knead Patisserie in San Fran.

Basically it's some caramel sauce and vanilla custard inside a puff pastry cup. The cup is made by using a large tartlet cutter to define that outer diameter and then scoring the top with a smaller sized cutter. Then once the pastry has baked the internal score mark can be removed leaving the cup behind.

I have the puff pastry recipe but no idea how long to cook it or at what temp. I'm thinking 350 for 13-15 minutes.

Thoughts?

Thanks.

Re: Pomme D'amour

posted at 7/28/2013 8:11 PM EDT
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GRANA here;
HI JOHNB;
Are you new to VBB? or are you the John we knew long ago, returned to participate once more????
Either welcome OR welcome backSmile
 sorry I have no info on puff pastry but I'm pretty sure someone else will offer help
  

Re: Pomme D'amour

posted at 7/28/2013 10:03 PM EDT
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Pomme d'amour

Total time: 1½ hours, plus chilling and cooling times

Servings: 4

Re: Pomme D'amour

posted at 8/2/2013 3:16 PM EDT
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In Response to Pomme D'amour:
I'm attempting to replicate a recipe I recently saw on TV. The item is the pomme d'amour from Knead Patisserie in San Fran. Basically it's some caramel sauce and vanilla custard inside a puff pastry cup. The cup is made by using a large tartlet cutter to define that outer diameter and then scoring the top with a smaller sized cutter. Then once the pastry has baked the internal score mark can be removed leaving the cup behind. I have the puff pastry recipe but no idea how long to cook it or at what temp. I'm thinking 350 for 13-15 minutes. Thoughts? Thanks.
Posted by John B

I think most puff pastry bakes at a higher temp than 350 but that might be correct.  Depending on how large the cups are 15 min might not be enough.  Dose the recipe you have give times for anything that might be of the same size. 
Sorry not much help.  If you have done these already how did they turn out?  The pastry sounds heavenly.   Then again what's not to love about puff pastry in general.  Adding caramel to it just has to make it better!

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