Frangipane tarts are one of those elegant desserts that seem too complicated to make at home but are incredibly easy to master. Fine Dining Lovers offers you video tutorials that will help you make this fine dessert and inspire you to create your own variations.
What is frangipane?
Frangipane is an almond pastry cream of Italian origins. It is used to fill tarts, cakes and other baked goods. Examples of desserts that incorporate frangipane include Bakewell tart, pithivier pies and the French galette de rois.
Frangipane is made of finely ground almonds, butter, sugar and eggs all blended together and baked.
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