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Watch: Perfectly Piped Pâte à Choux From a Parisian Shop

‘The Process’ learns what goes into each flaky pastry

Parisian patisserie Popelini is a shrine to pâte à choux — the French pastry staple that is the base to profiteroles, cream puffs, and cheese-filled gougères. At Popelini, named for the supposed founder of the pastry, the shop is focusing on the cream-filled variety, with 10 flavors that include pistachio cherry confit, passion fruit milk, lemon, and raspberry and rose.

The latest episode of The Process follows as each piece of pâte à choux dough is perfectly piped, until it’s finished with a caramel sheen, chocolate stud, or vanilla drizzle.

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