Croissant

Croissant

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Croissants are crescent-shaped rolls which make breakfast for millions of people. The classic croissant is made of a yeast milk dough that has been rolled, spread with butter and folded several times. It is light, flaky and buttery, and is served warm either on its own or with jam or preserves. Jam croissant: A type of croissant using puff pastry. A little jam is placed along the base of a triangle of puff pastry, which is then rolled into a crescent. After baking they are sprinkled with caster (superfine) sugar, and served warm.

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