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Chrono Butter Croissants

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When celebrating the birthday of the kids the Chrono Diet blog, requires some beautiful biscuits. What kind of birthday is it without some lovely serving croissants? But before our healthy recipe let we see where have from croissants come.

Does croissant originate from France?

The French celebrated it, but believe it or not; the croissant not created in the land of the chansons. Croissants created during the Turkish siege of Vienna 1683. Year. The Osmans have tried to conquer this city once a hundred years before but without success. But the Austrians knew that eventually, they would return. It happened one morning, in 1683. Preparing for defense, Austria asked France for help. The French thought they should help them, because if the Turks would win Austria, sooner or later they would move further to the west of Europe. But France canceled last-minute assistance, infusing the Austrians who were left hanging.

That morning, the bakery, as usual, got up first and spotted the Turkish military. Then the whole town’s up and running for the counter-attack. Vienna successfully defended, although a lot of people from the environment were killed or taken into slavery. In order, to immortalize that moment, the bakery made a half-moon bagel, which is a symbol of the Osman Empire, the Crescent, and called it the French “croissant ” as it expressed dissatisfaction with the French who did not send them promised help. The Vienna defense, Turkey, has been weakened, thus preventing its further penetration of the West.

It’s not entirely satisfied who brought this calorie bomb to France. According to one version, it was Maria Antoinette, the last queen of France, and on the other, August Zhang, an Austrian officer who opened the Vienna bakery in Paris on the 30th year of the 19th century. Initially, the croissant was a symbol of luxury, but at the end of the 19th century the rich are turning to brioche, and the croissant becomes a favorite of the middle-class members.

How the bakery makes original croissant?butter croissants

The 57-gram croissant has 231 calories. The main ingredient is butter, and there are flour, yeast, water, salt, eggs, sugar, milk. The correct measures depend on the bakery because each master has a prescription. Only in the 20th century, this delicacy begins to made of a puff pastry.

The French national product of the croissant becomes 1920. And today, every Sunday, the French eat 50 million croissants.

As our health does not allow to eat yeast, milk, sugar and wheat flour, we had to find the recipe for croissants healthily.

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Chrono Butter Croissants

 This recipe takes several hours to prepare. Luckily, these Chrono butter croissants will be worth the wait!
Prep Time1 hr 40 mins
Cook Time25 mins
Resting Time1 hr 20 mins
Total Time2 hrs 5 mins
Course: Breakfast
Cuisine: French
Keyword: butter croissants
Servings: 4 people
Author: Tina

Ingredients

  • 350 gr spelt flour
  • 200 ml of warm carbonated mineral water
  • Two tbsp olive oil
  • 10 gr baking powder
  • One teaspoon sea salt
  • 200 gr butter
  • One egg yolk
  • flaxseed or sesame
  • A little bit of water

Instructions

  • In a large bowl stir flour, baking powder and salt. Then add mineral water and oil, make dough on the floured surface and leave it standing for 20 minutes.
  • After that, divide the dough into eight parts and make a ball from each. Roll one piece of the ball on a floured board, and grate the before frozen butter over, all the way until the last dough reached.
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  • Put the dough in the fridge for an hour. 
  • On the floured surface develop the thin dough.
  • With a sharp knife or pizza cutter, cut the circle into equal pie-shaped wedges. Croissants can fill by anything. Roll the edges loosely toward the point. Shape each roll into a crescent and place on an ungreased baking sheet.
  • Brush croissants with beaten egg yolk and a little bit of water and sprinkle with flaxseed or sesame.  Bake at 220 ° C for 15 minutes, then reduce to 160 ° C for another 10 minutes or until golden.

Notes

Wonderfully turned out, these croissants fragrant, leafy and delicious.
I made stuffing from curd and sausage.butter croissants
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Basic rules of restriction here

 

10 Comments

  1. That’s a great intro to the history of the crossiant. I really like that part, knowing its history and where it comes from. Very good recipe too. I guess I could look it up myself, but what is the chrono diet ?

  2. I really enjoyed the first part where it gives the information concerning the history of the crossiant. Those are definantly things that I never knew. That’s great too with the special recipe that is provided. Although I could probably look it up, what is the chrono diet ?

  3. 5 stars
    Good Evening Tina,

    Interesting article! I love how you explained the history of the croissant. The article was very detailed and the recipe sounds delicious! Great article!

  4. 5 stars
    Good evening Tina,

    I loved the recipe! You did an excellent job with the instructions and also explaining the history of the croissant. Very detailed! Great work

    Kim

  5. Absolutely Brilliant – I had no idea that Croissant was NOT French!. I have never been a fan of them until I moved to Thailand….

    (of all places far far away from France!) Where they enjoy and make them like we would a baguette!. Very nice and very filling!.

  6. Oh my! This looks so inviting even on diet. I’m not french but i sure have my share of butter croissants at Startbucks. I shy away because of the calories, but once in a while its worth cutting the calories somewhere else.
    The Chrono corissant looks healthy, how many calories? I have never used Spely flour, but it looks like i can get it on Amazon.
    Thanks for the post.

    1. Yes, Zikora you can get it on Amazon or some organic grocery stores. I do not watch calories because it confused me before. I lost 35 kg in 10 months, and I never calculate calories.

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