Palmier pur Beurre
Palmier is the French word for palm tree, and the pastry gets its name from its resemblance to a palm leaf. It is crispy and flaky with tastes of butter and caramelized sugar. It can also be savory.
Although it is not documented who first came up with the recipe of Palmier, but many believe it is invented in the beginning of the 20th century France, suggested by the French name and its recipe.
Adopted from the Middle Eastern method of layering thin sheets of pastry called filo, French cuisine has puff pastry such as croissant. Similar to the dough used for croissant, Palmiers are made from puff pastry without yeast.
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