The Basics: Laminated Doughs

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Laminated Doughs

Laminated doughs offer a collection of pastry styles that may be used to make a variety of impressive, classic sweet & savory baked items. Although puff pastry is considered one of the most basic doughs from the group that utilizes the fold-&-roll technique of layering cold butter between a simple dough, traditional breakfast Danish & croissants fall into the category as well but include yeast as an additional lifting element. Depending on the dough style desired & the type of pastry you wish to produce, the layers generally range from incorporating 4 to 6 turns with the latter often referred to as a dough consisting of 1000 layers once the rolling process is complete. When these doughs are mastered, many fine pastries may be prepared from them from Fresh Blueberry-Ricotta Danish Turnovers, Fresh Blueberry Pinwheel Danish & Fresh Lemon-Cream Cheese Danish to croissants & so much more. Over the next few weeks, I’ll be showcasing more classic laminated dough styles so do drop in daily to learn valuable techniques.

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How To Fold Laminated Doughs

The folding procedure as outlined in Tutorial No. 2: Danish Pastry Dough offers comprehensive photos that illustrates a technique needed for a variety of laminated dough styles. Once mastered, it may be applied to create a number of lovely specialties.

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The key points to know when folding any laminated dough is to be certain the initial roll is as precise as possible. The butter should remain cold at all times during the process. If at any time it becomes too warm, place the dough in the refrigerator briefly to refirm. A French pastry pin will become a valuable asset as well for the tapered ends will aide in achieving the proper shape & thickness with a few quick, precise moves, particularly at the corners. When it’s time to make a fold, it should feel as though you’re folding a book closed during the process. 

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