Doblegats de chocolate?

Discussion in 'Professional Pastry Chefs' started by jellly, Feb 4, 2018.

  1. jellly

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    I stumbled across an interesting looking pastry on Instagram that I would love to make. It looks like it uses a laminated dough, but different in texture than puff. I have found many pictures, but I am now surprised that I am seeing so little through Google. Most of the pictures are from Pinterest or Instagram and I haven't found anything that leads to a recipe.
    I am not entirely sure if some of the links are in Spanish or Catalan. Here is a picture. If anyone can shed some light on this mystery pastry, I would appreciate it.
     
  2. jcakes

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    that looks more like the type of dough you make sfogliatelle with, although the shape is different. It could even be feuille de bric just layered (although that's a lot of layers for it to be FdB). I don't speak spanish but it looks like some one asked if it was phyllo with a filling of chocolate. Maybe PM the person who posted on Instagram for more details?
     
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    I will try to PM someone, thank you. I did find one video of them baking and it is definitely not bric dough or phyllo, because the layers appear as it bakes.
     
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    I found this recipe on a site with a translate option but for some reason couldn't link the English form (although the translation will have to be translated a bit as well lol)
    http://www.bojosperlacuina.com/seccions/receptes/doblegats/
    Hope it is what you were looking for.
    I also saw recipes for fillings other than chocolate.
    FWIW....my Gma Van's "hand pies" looked an awful lot like these and she used lard and a bit of butter as the fat.

    mimi
     
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    flipflopgirl, you are awesome! That is exactly it! I always get a laugh out of recipes once they have gone through Google Translate - apparently I will need an angel hair jam pot. :) But I have figured them out before and am up for a challenge. I really appreciate your help with this.
     
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    @jelly ... I prefer to store my angel hair in a freezer in my positive pressure level 3 containment room.
    It is so rare and precious and cannot risk losing even one strand .
    Altho feeling a bit selfish as a double pinch sprinkle would go a long way to heal the people of planet Earth right about now.
    :)

    mimi
     
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    "positive pressure level 3 containment room"...furiously taking notes for when I, too, have my own supply.
     
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