The puff pastry is left to thaw slowly in the refrigerator. Then it is spread on the work table and cut into strips of approx. 1 cm wide, along the entire length of the sheet.
The cone shapes are greased with a little oil, using a brush, or more simply, with a paper towel or napkin soaked in oil;) as each has in the kitchen;)
With confidence, start rolling the strips of dough on each cone shape, separately. It will be a little harder on the first, second cornet, but then you will catch the spike: D and you will be very excited about the final result.
After you have finished with all the rolls, which you place, place them in the baking tray, on a parchment paper, or a silicone foil, which can be used in the oven, grease them with egg yolk, to get a plus. value by color! ;)
Bake in the preheated oven, approx. 10 minutes at 200 degrees, on the middle shelf, then another 10 minutes at 180 degrees.
While the cornets cool, prepare the cream.
In a saucepan with a thick bottom, or in my case boiling milk (it is ideal for boiled creams and puddings!) Put to boil approx. 400 ml of milk.
Pudding powder is mixed with sugar and the remaining 100 ml of milk until smooth.
When the milk has started to boil, add the above mixture and the vanilla essence, stir vigorously, continuously, until you get a cream with the consistency of a thicker cream.
Butter at room temperature add to the vanilla pudding, mix gently until incorporated and leave to cool for approx. 30 minutes.
The croissants are filled with cold vanilla cream, with the help of a posh or more simply, with the help of a food bag: D the advantage is that you no longer have to clean the bag: D;) the disadvantage is, that we will contribute to pollution L
The croissants filled with vanilla cream are artistically placed on a plate or a saucer plate, powdered with vanilla powdered sugar and enjoyed with great pleasure.
Good luck and good luck! ;)
I promise that I will also remake the classic recipe with puff pastry and prepared egg cream, from A to Z;) A New Year as good as possible, dear people! ;)