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Chouquettes or Pâte à Choux

2 ¼ cups (540 g) water

12 TBS (180 g) butter

2 TBS + ¾ tsp (30 g) sugar

1 ½ tsp (10 g) salt

2 ¼ cups (300 g) flour

8 ea. eggs

In a pot melt the butter and water together.  Add in the sugar and salt as the mixture is coming up to a boil.  Once the mixture is at a full boil take it off the heat and add in all the flour and stir until the flour is mixed in.  Put it back on the heat and continue cooking over a medium heat stirring the mixture the whole time.  Cook until the paste is smooth about 5 minutes.

Take off the heat and let mixture cool in a bowl until your hand can comfortably stay on the bottom of the bowl.  Then slowly add the eggs in 2 at a time, making sure to mix thoroughly before adding the next addition of eggs.  Add the eggs until the mixture is loose enough to slowly run off the spoon when the batter is dropped back into the bowl.

Pipe in the shape of round balls, sprinkle with confectionary rock sugar and bake in a hot oven 400° F until the color is an even golden brown.

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