French restaurant guideLe Foodingis offering up a new Confinade recipe every couple of days to get home cooks through quarantine with simple comfort food, presented and filmed by their favourite chefs using readily available ingredients.
Next up is the super French pastry chef Sébastien Gaudardwith his incredible puits d'amour or 'wells of love', available from his Pâtisserie des Martyrs in Paris, or at home with his secret recipe (below), and we can't wait to get stuck in.
What is a puits d'amour?
Think of a giant vol-au-vent of layers of puffed pastry, stuffed with a fruity compote or cream, and sprinkled with powdered sugar.
How to make Sébastien Gaudard's Puit d'Amour
You'll need pantry basics like eggs, sugar, milk, butter and cream, plus a vanilla pod and ready-made puff pastry.
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