Broyé poitevin

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Broyé Poitevin
Broyé du Poitou
Broyé du Poitou
Alternative names Broyé du Poitou
Type Cake
Place of origin France
Region or state Poitou-Charentes
Main ingredients sugar, flour, butter and eggs[1]
Cookbook: Broyé Poitevin  Media: Broyé Poitevin

The broyé poitevin or broyé du Poitou is a cake from the Poitou-Charentes region of France and made of sugar, flour, butter and eggs.

It is available in large or small sizes (8–100 cm in diameter and about 2 cm thick).

Confrérie de l’Ordre des Chevaliers de la Grand Goule[edit]

Founded in 2004 in Poitiers, the Confrérie de l’Ordre des Chevaliers de la Grand Goule promotes the broyé poitevin. Its objective is to protect and enhance the tradition of the broyé poitevin. The Confrérie organises the annual Rencontres Gourmandes du Poitou.

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References[edit]

  1. ^ "Broyé du Poitou". Marmiton.org (in French). Retrieved 14 June 2017.