Preparing a tonkotsu broth takes at least a day—add to that finding the right noodles and preparing the toppings and you've got a serious project on your hands. But it's worth the effort for a bowl of rich, creamy, hearty ramen. If you're ready to give it
The King of Napoleons _ The cake layers were crispy, with a slight crunch at every bite. Next, a comment I just have to share with you. “Love this recipe. It’s even better than the Napoleon cakes I tried in Paris!
All you have to do is defrost the dough, and stretch it out a bit. You want to make sure it’s not too thick, or it might not cook properly. I spread the dough with apricot preserve, but you could also use peach, plum … or what you like.