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Recipe of Lionesa (Profiterol) With Cheese Frosting and Yolk Nougat

Lionesa (Profiterol) With Cheese Frosting and Yolk Nougat

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We just started year, and what better way than eating a sweet? And if on top we add glamor by painting it with edible glitter? We are going to eat 2014.
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15 portions
  • 4 eggs, for the lioness
  • 250 milliliters Water, for the lioness
  • 100 grams butter, for the lioness
  • 1 pinch salt, for the lioness
  • 1 pinch sugar, for the lioness
  • 1 egg, for the lioness
  • 150 grams cream cheese, for frosting
  • 80 grams nougat, for frosting
  • 200 milliliters cream, for frosting


We preheat the oven to 200ºC. We sift the flour and reserve it. We put water, butter, salt and sugar in a saucepan. When it begins to boil in small bubbles, we remove it from the fire and throw the flour at once. Stir well until the dough is separated from the walls and let rest a few minutes to warm. Next we add the eggs one by one and integrating each one well. There must be a smooth, shiny mass, rather thick. We put it in a pastry bag and make piles, numbers or whatever we want, on parchment paper on a baking tray. We paint them with a beaten egg. We put it in the oven at 180º with fire below and towards the end above as well. In about 10 minutes they will be made, depending on whether you have made them more or less large.
For the frosting, we put the pieces of nougat and the cheese in the Thermomix glass. We crush well at vel 4 about 3 minutes, stopping from time to time to lower the remains of the walls. We add the cream and put the butterfly. Vel 4 until it is "mounted". Fill the lioness and paint with a little glitter (or with icing sugar, caramel).


Depends on what you put above the lioness decoration will vary. In this case, when I put on a glitter, I decided that it was best to put it on a black plate and add some glitter. If you put candy on top, you can do, with


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