Barquettes

A French culinary term, barquettes are small oval or boat-shaped pastry shells. The shells may be filled with either sweet or savoury fillings and then baked in the oven. They may also be BAKED BLIND and then filled with crushed and sweet-ened fresh fruit such as strawberries, raspberries or gooseberries. Filled with prawns, shrimps, crayfish or mussels and topped with mayonnaise they make delicious hors d’oeuvre.

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