Many people asked Tulip Chocolate for more pastry recipes, especially the chocolate choux pastry recipe. Chocolate choux pastry is one of the most difficult dishes, yet the most delicious one.
Unlike the classic choux, you need to add cocoa powder into the chocolate choux pastry which might affect the texture and the shape of the choux. Cocoa powder has a heavy mass that can make the puff will not go up as you want.
Although it’s hard to make a perfect chocolate choux pastry, Tulip Chocolate will share the recipe with the right amount of ingredients to you. Let’s check the recipe of chocolate choux pastry recipe through this article.
The Ingredients of Chocolate Choux Pastry Recipe
First of all, let’s gather the ingredients that are needed for this recipe. The ingredients below are for the choux only:
For the chocolate choux filling, you can use our spread and filling products such as Tulip Hazel Delight and Tulip Black Velvet to get a perfect-sweet chocolate choux pastry. With Tulip’s spread and filling products, you don’t need to bother with the cream-making process which can reduce your cooking time.
How to Make Chocolate Choux Pastry
Before we begin the cooking process, you need to preheat the oven to 400°F/204°C. After that, let’s make the chocolate choux through this tutorial:
Prepare a small bowl, then sift the flour and cocoa powder together, set aside.
Prepare a saucepan, place the salt, water, sugar, and butter on it. Heat the saucepan in medium heat until it is boiled, make sure to stir it occasionally.
After boiling, take off the heat and add the cocoa powder also all-purpose flour, mix it well.
Turn on the stove again at medium heat level and cook for about 1 minute, stirring it occasionally.
Move the dough from the saucepan into a bowl. Let it cool for a few minutes.
Prepare a small bowl and crack the eggs into the bowl, whisk lightly. Pour the eggs into the dough.
Prepare a baking tray with parchment paper.
Put the dough into the piping bag and cut the tip around 1 - 1,5 inches. Pipe the dough on top of the baking tray and make the choux shape as you want.
After you are done with the choux dough, bake it for about 5 minutes. After that, reduce the heat to 375°F/190°C for another 20 minutes.
Take out the baking tray after it’s done and let the choux cool for a few minutes. In the final step, you just need to add the filling and the chocolate choux pastry is ready.
That’s all the information we can give you about the chocolate choux pastry recipe. With this basic recipe, you can try to add some variation to make this chocolate choux pastry tastier. For additional information, if you need other chocolate products for your cake and bakery business, just visit Tulip Chocolate product and you will find your chocolate material needs there.