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Use this pate a choux recipe to make mouthwatering pastries such as profiteroles, cream puffs, and eclairs.

Source: Martha Stewart Living, November 2005
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  • ishaolinma4928149
    25 NOV, 2016
    I wanted to add 5 stars because this is the best pate a choux recipe I have found. Great!
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    • momlee1949
      27 NOV, 2018
      What temperature? How long?
  • lindachew494342
    10 NOV, 2018
    Unfortunately the recipe lists 1 and 1/4 cups flour. In the video Martha states 1 cup of flour. Ingredients should be listed correctly.
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  • aglucycampbel
    21 JUN, 2018
    Lovely recipe- easy to make and works every time. I love filling my profiteroles with Nutella whipped cream!
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  • oana_moti
    9 APR, 2015
    Great recipe, every time turns out perfect! I noticed people asking at what temperature to cook, it you actually pay attention to the eclair recipe, the cooking instructions are very well explained! :)
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    • boss8tergmail
      7 APR, 2017
      Yes it is a good recipe-- but your know-it-all at[filtered]ude was and is unnecessary. The recipes should give cooking directions (time and temp) no matter what.
  • ishaolinma4928149
    25 NOV, 2016
    Couldn't be easier. Thanks Martha, your fantastic!
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  • soswain5
    1 AUG, 2015
    Do you have any tips for this recipe at a higher altitude? I am having a hard time with them puffing up without the bottom being too crisp. I have tried lowering and raising the temp, but then they seem to fall.
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  • Bluebird14
    17 SEP, 2013
    Tried this recipe with the cream pastry filling and maple expresso glaze. It was easy and fun!
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  • Poseyswhims
    31 AUG, 2013
    the cooking directions are in the recipe for Eclairs & Profiteroles oven temp is 375* & the time is 25-35 min.
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  • Janice McCann 1
    1 JUN, 2013
    Does anyone know the temperature at which it must be baked?
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  • UrbanMarilyn
    12 MAY, 2013
    If I remember correctly from the show Martha Bakes, you bake them for 20 minutes or so (or until they are light brown and have puffed up)
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