FuFann Raisin Custard Paste
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● Description

‧ FuFann Raisin Custard Paste
‧ Importing red & white raisins by strictly selection.
‧ Double deliciousness, double pleasantness.
‧ Multilayer taste mixed between raisin and custard.
‧ 100% made in Taiwan.

● Ingredient

Canola Oil, Raisin, Sugar, Milk Powder, Lactose, Palm Oil, Soybean Lecithin, Vanilla, Spice, β-Carotene.

● NET WT.

250G

● Shelf Life

18 Months

● How to Use

Bake your bread for 2~3 mins at 180℃, spread your paste (20g) on it, and enjoy the delicacy!

● Storage Methods

‧ Store at room temperature.
‧ Put in a dry and cool place.
‧ Lid tightly closed after using.
‧ Away from heat to prevent the effects of the taste.
‧ Don't refrigerate it as it will become harder and difficult to spread.

Strength
 ISO22000:2005, HACCP certifications.
 No preservatives, No Cholesterol or TBHQ.
 Vegetarian (Vegan)
 Goes with everything: bakery, topping for toast and bread, stuffing for pastries, sandwich and cookie making.
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Grapes Butter Paste Croissant

 raisin custard bread

✿ Ingredients for dough
  • Plain Flour:680g
  • Water:200g
  • Castor Sugar:120g
  • Unsalted Butter:100g
  • Egg:2
  • Milk Powder:50g
  • Grapes Butter Paste:450g
  • Ferment:7g
  • Salt:5g
✿ Other ingredients
  • Whole Egg:2
  • Unsalted Butter:30g
  • Black Sesame:A few
➳ Method
  1. For other ingredients, heat the unsalted butter until entirely melt and beat the eggs for later use.
  2. In a bowl, pour into all the ingredients and stir slowly. (Add the salt and ferment separately.)
  3. Keep stirring the mixture until it becomes membrane.
  4. Divide the dough into balls of 40g each and have them fermented for 15 minutes (under humidity 75% and temperature 37℃)
  5. After the dough balls are fermented, knead the balls into cones.
  6. Roll the cone-shaped dough with a rolling pin (make the upper part narrow and the lower part wide).
  7. Cut a slit of a length about 3 to 4 cm at the bottom center of the lower part.
  8. Spread the grapes butter paste on the dough evenly.