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pate a bombe?


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i see some ingredient the name is call "pate a bombe".

may i know anybody know what's that?

thank you

Yolks beaten with hot sugar syrup.

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Is not an ingredient though is a method.

It seems to me that the term "pate a bombe" is commonly used to refer to both a product or ingredient (a sweetened egg foam produced by whippping egg yolks with hot sugar syrup), and to the method by which that product/ingredient is produced (whippping egg yolks with hot sugar syrup). Wouldn't it be correct to say, for instance, that "pate a bombe is an ingredient in some buttercream recipes."

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