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frangipani

1. any tropical American apocynaceous shrub of the genus Plumeria, esp P. rubra, cultivated for its waxy typically white or pink flowers, which have a sweet overpowering scent
2. native frangipani Austral an Australian evergreen tree, Hymenosporum flavum, with large fragrant yellow flowers: family Pittosporaceae

frangipani

of Laos. [Flower Symbolism: WB, 7: 264]
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Heat the oven to 190oC / Gas 5 and bake the tart on a baking tray for about 25 -30 minutes, until the pastry is deep gold in colour, and the frangipane risen and browned.
Frangipane said the first palace was not only a temple but there were several other buildings there, "there are warehouses, a court, corridors and a temple.
For frangipane, cream butter and sugar in a bowl until light and fluffy.
But, the main dish of veal and potato croquettes and the blueberry frangipane tart with blueberry ripple ice cream dessert didn't fare well.
Next add three brambles to the base of each of the tart cases and top with a spoonful of the frangipane.
5 To make your frangipane, melt butter in the microwave, then add sugar, almonds and eggs and beat to combine.
Frangipane agrees that the children want to learn, but it's a challenge.
2) Linq Pastry chef Jan Purdy's desserts include a raspberry almond Frangipane tart.
The choices of fixings, from appetizers and soups to vegetables, sides and essentials include sauteed autumn leeks topped with creamy goat cheese baked in a tart shell; vegetarian rich, creamy and full-flavored soup made from mushrooms, leeks and fresh herbs; McIntosh apples baked with a sweet crumble topping; and pear frangipane tart.
Heliotrope smells more like frangipane than a flower, so this is super-sweet - marzipan and expensive roses.
Relax contains ylang ylang, Apaisc includes vanilla, jasmine, frangipane, tiare and musk and Eveille features Oceanian fruit pulp.
Frangipane is a custard filling usually made from almonds--the kind you'll find in the mouth-watering frangipane pear tarts at Morton's Market.