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Crème Plombières



Crème Plombières is Chiboust Cream (pastry cream with stiffly beaten egg whites folded into it) into which fruit is also folded.

It can be served chilled on its own, or in individual serving-sized pastry shells, or as a garnish for sponge cake.

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Desserts

Aboukir Almonds; Applesauce; Bananas Foster; Belgian Waffles; Bhapa Doi; Cakes; Cassata Gelata; Cassata; Cherries Jubilee; Chiboust Cream; Compote; Cookies; Cream Tea; Crème d'amandes; Crème Plombières; Cumberland Rum Butter; Deep-Fried Foods; Desserts; Doughnuts; Dumplings; Dutch Crunch Topping; French Toast; Halvah; Hard Sauce; Hattit Kit; Ice Cream; Lemon Curd; Manju; Meringue; Mishti Doi; Mochi; Mousse; Pasticcini; Pastry Cream; Pies & Tarts; Pokerounce; Poor Knights of Windsor; Puddings; Semifreddo; Somloi Galuska; Spumoni; Tavuk Gögsü; Timbale Brillat-Savarin; Tiramisù; Tortoni; Vark; Waffles

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Citation

Oulton, Randal. "Crème Plombières." CooksInfo.com. Published 13 August 2006; revised 12 March 2010. Web. Accessed 09/25/2016. <http://www.cooksinfo.com/creme-plombieres>.

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