Mille-feuille

The words millc-feuille (mcel-feh-yeh) mean ‘a thousand leaves’ in French. In cookery, mille-feuille is a cake or cakes made up of thin, crisp layers of puff pastry filled with strawberry jam and whipped cream. The top layer is iced with a GLACE or FONDANT ICING.

The term, when qualified, may also refer to a savoury pastry.

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