I had bought some puff pastry for a recipe that I had found in a magazine, I had found the recipe while waiting for an appointment. But when it came to making the recipe I wasn’t quite sure how the recipe went and I hadn’t written anything down. So I had puff pastry sitting in my freezer waiting to be used but wasn’t quite sure what to do with it. Then last week we went to a family reunion on Mike’s side and there was some delicious Danish. My problem was solved. I decided on Danish after seeing how delicious the ones looked at the family reunion.
Using puff pastry has to be the simplest way to make Danish. I was surprised to see how nice the Danish turned out. This is the first time that I have used puff pastry so I really had no idea what to expect. As I said the Danish turned out to be delicious; I would say they were as tasty as the ones that were at the family reunion that came from a bakery. I love anything when it comes to lemon and decided to go with that for the filling. I found a simple recipe for lemon curd on the internet (the recipe will follow), but for a simpler way, you could use canned pie filling.
I wanted to say if you don’t see me around as much as normal it is because we have my father-in-law visiting for a little over a week from Florida. So I really want to spend as much time with him as I can since I don’t get to see him too often, but I will be sneaking away once in a while to visit the blogging world.
About a 3/4 cup of confectioner’s sugar, a dab of butter, a dash of salt, a dash of vanilla, and hot water. Put the sugar, salt, butter, vanilla into a bowl stir enough hot water into the mixture to desired consistency.