US measures “Pâte feuilletée” recipe

1 cup flour

Slightly less than 1/2 cup water. Maybe 7 Tbps of water?

13 Tbps (unsalted) butter, at room temperature.

1 tsp salt

Steps are very well described with pictures in this French recipe: http://www.meilleurduchef.com/cgi/mdc/l/fr/recettes/pate_feuilletee_ill.html

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2 Responses to US measures “Pâte feuilletée” recipe

  1. daviburg says:

    Wait, 250 g flour is 1 cup? Wow, that was wrong. Make it 2 cups please. And yet, going for the scale this is tricky: the denser flour I am using currently makes it to 250 g with just 1 1/2 cups. Time for more testing of the ratios.

  2. daviburg says:

    Water conversion was wrong as well. 10 Tbps, or 5/8 cup is what the scale tells me.
    13 Tbps of butter was correct.

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