This classic laminated croissant dough takes time and a little effort, but if you are feeling ambitious, you can make authentic melt- in- your- mouth authentic croissants!Marthinus Strydom
Crisp buttery outer layers and a soft, delicate interior make these delectable croissants melt in your mouth. The croissant began as the Austrian kipfel but became French the moment people began to make it with puffed pastry, which is a French innovation,” says Chevallier. “It has fully taken root in its adopted land.” Order a kipfel in Austria or Germany today and you'll likely be handed a crescent-shaped cookie.
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