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|Place of origin||France|
|Main ingredients||Pastry, frangipane cream, slivered almonds, powdered sugar|
A Jesuite is triangular, flake pastry filled with frangipane cream and topped with sliced almonds and powdered sugar. The pastry originated in France and the name refers to the triangular shape of a Jesuit’s hat.
- Rinsky, Laura Halpin, The Pastry Chef's Companion, p.149 , Wiley 2009
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