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Sweet tongues of Procida

Sweet tongues of Procida


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Recipe Sweet Languages ​​of Procida di of 25-09-2017 [Updated on 25-09-2017]

The sweet tongues of Procida, also called tongues of ox, are a traditional recipe of the beautiful island of Procida! They are prepared with two layers of puff pastry, stuffed with a tasty lemon flavored custard and covered with sugar to make their surface crunchy.
During my weekend in Procida (after which I also wrote an article on what to eat in Procida) I loved them, they are found in practically every bar and, in the b & b where I was staying, they served them in place of the croissant for breakfast.
If the destination is a bit too far for you then you can prepare these sweet tongues directly at home, so as to bring a little Procidan traction to your city too!
Ivano and I have now gone into obsession with these languages ​​and that in the end I'm finding myself preparing them very often, also because they are very easy to make;)

Method

How to make the sweet tongues of Procida

Work the egg yolks with the sugar and flour with a whisk.
Then add the milk and start working again.

Transfer everything to a saucepan with the lemon peel and let it thicken, stirring.
Put the cream in a bowl, cover it with cling film and let it rest.

Meanwhile, roll out the puff pastry and use the shape of a parchment paper to cut it.
keep in mind that each language will consist of 2 sheets.

Put half of the tongues obtained in a baking tray lined with parchment paper, then fill them with the cream leaving the edges free.
Add a second sheet to close and brush the tongues with egg white.

Sprinkle the surface with sugar and bake in the oven at 200 ° C for 20 minutes, or until golden.

Your sweet tongues of Procida are ready to be tasted.


Video: Travel Italy - Exploring Procida Island in Gulf of Naples (May 2022).