Flaky Delights :Mastering the Art of Short Crust pastry

Shortcrust Pastry Introduction:

 Shortcrust Pastry, also known as Pie Crust or Pâte Brisée, is a type of pastry used in sweet and savoury dishes. It is made by blending flour, butter, and a small amount of liquid (usually water or milk) together to form a dough.

 Shortcrust pastry is called “short” because of the high-fat content of the butter which makes it crumbly and tender. The dough is usually rolled out and used as a base for pies, tarts, quiches  and other savoury baked goods.

 How to do Shortcrust Pastry:

Shortcrust pastry can be made by hand or using a food processor. It can be filled with sweet or savoury fillings such as sugar, vanilla, herbs or cheese depending on the intended use. It is a versatile pastry that can be used in both sweet and savory dishes and is a staple in many baking recipes.

 Where to Learn Baking Shortcrust Pastry:

 If you are looking forward to learn baking in Chennai, Food Consulate offers an International Diploma in Baking & Patisserie. This professional program offers 100% Hand On training & covers a wide range of modules including shortcrust pastry.

 So, this could be your first step to become a professional pastry chef. Join our baking academy and explore a wide range of courses such as a Diploma in Baking & Patisserie Program which is designed for starting a career in the field of Baking, Short terms baking courses which will be module based like macarons, cookies, and tarts, cake decorating classes and we also offer weekend one day baking workshops.