Shortcrust pastry or puff pastry, which one to choose to make a quiche Lorraine? (a debate seen on Twitter)

This Monday, August 29, the new episode of Love is in the meadow on M6 launched a culinary debate on social networks. The ingredient of the debate: the dough to use to prepare a quiche Lorraine. And between shortcrust pastry and puff pastry, the debate has made a lot of talk. The opportunity to wonder which dough is the right one for this traditional recipe.

An eternal question that everyone has already asked themselves at least once. This Monday, August 29, the platform Twitter has seen the birth of a culinary debate which began with a sequence from the show Love is in the meadow. In the second episode of the flagship program of M6, one of the farmers in this new season took his two suitors to the supermarket for shopping. An often test moment that turned into a quarrel. In question : a quiche Lorraine recipe.

While the two women had different recipe ideas in mind, a debate took place once the trio arrived in front of the pie pastry section. Each camped on its position : shortcrust pastry for one and puff pastry for the other. A surreal sequence to say the least which greatly amused Internet users and whose answer to this question was much sought after on Google.

But it was on Twitter that you had to follow the exchanges. Many Internet users have not hesitated to give their opinion on the matter. And as in the show, two schools clashed. What to create a fun debatein which took part singer Julien Doréby launching a survey.

Shortcrust pastry or puff pastry, what are the differences?

Each pie crust has its own characteristics and will be the most appropriate depending on the recipes for dishes or desserts to be made. To help you find your way around, here is the information you need to know about each of them.

Puff pastry : she is both airy and crispy. It is used for many savory and sweet recipes: millefeuilles, thin pies, frangipane, pâté en crust, vegetable pies, puff pastries, twists or even palms.

Pastry : the star of the kitchen. She is both crispy and lightits taste is neutral, it is waterproof and slightly crumbly. It is used for both savory and sweet recipes. Among the most notable recipes: pies, tartlets, pies or even quiches.

According to the traditional recipe quiche lorraine, you have to choose shortcrust pastry. Whether you take one or the other, the important thing is that your quiche is tasty and delights the taste buds of your guests. And to make it to perfection, following the original recipe (without cheese, huh!), discover the steps to follow without delay.

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