Origin of the cheesecake and Miss Sallie’s little history this cake.
I had never heard of the dacquoise before I did my chef training, even though I had been to France many times and live there. I used to make some English products for a shop in one of the towns I lived in for a while and next door there was a patisserie shop and I discover the sucess – Praline Hazelnut Cake there. This beautiful gateau which is creamy and nutty would be bought and taken home to eat with a cup of coffee every so often, as a treat. The Dacquoise comes from the French town of Dax, usually an almond and/or hazelnut meringue cake with layer of French buttercream.
Description of our cheesecake
Miss Sallie’s Cuisine makes the Sucess – Praline Hazelnut Cake freshly with 2 pieces of Dacquoise sponge. To make the dacquoise; we use an egg meringue, sugar and a nut meal to make our dacquoise. After the Dacquoise has cooked and cooled; firstly, we pipe our praline flavoured buttercream over the bottom layer of dacquoise sponge.
Followed next by scattering toasted hazelnuts on top of the praline buttercream. And then we add a little more buttercream to cover the nuts; and lastly finishing by adding the top layer of dacquoise sponge. All of which combine to give a nutty crunch and smooth texture. We finish the Sucess – Praline Hazelnut Cake off by burnishing the top to give it a light golden colour. As well as decorating it with whole caramelised hazelnuts and/or edible gold.
The people or person who will receives this order of cheesscake will get them in a white cupcake cardboard box. Our boxes are recyclable or compostable. If this is a gift for someone you love and care about, and you provide us with a short message. Miss Sallie’s Cuisine can provide a small gift card free of charge.
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