If you are thinking about the right pastry to start the day, then a Carlo’s bakery lobster tail is the best answer ever. It is even the most perfect dish to accompany your afternoon break. This pastry will suit your coffee time with family. In fact, it is loved by people of all ages because of its crunchy texture on the outside and soft on the inside.
For your information, there some ingredients needed to make Carlo’s bakery lobster tail. Here is the recipe and instruction.
The ingredients to make the dough:
- 1 ¼ Cups wheat flour
- 6 tbsp sugar
- 1/8 tsp salt
- ¼ tsp cinnamon powder
- 2 cups all-purpose flour
- ¾ cup Butter
- ½ cup margarine
- 1 eggs
The ingredients for making the lobster tail pastry filling (fla):
- 1 cup fresh Italian Cheese (you can use Ricotta)
- 1 cup low-fat powdered milk
- ½ tbsp lemon
- The first thing to do is make the dough. Prepare all the ingredients. This includes defrosting the unfinished margarine and breaking the eggs.
- Then, put the flour and spices in a bowl and mix with the eggs.
- As long as it is quite evenly distributed, then add the liquid ingredients that have been prepared. Make sure all the ingredients are well mixed.
- Knead the dough until it is smooth and easy to shape.
- Now, you can step to the formation process. After the dough is smooth and left for a while, divide it into four parts.
- Then, take a small part to grind. When grinding it, you have to give it a sprinkling of flour on the ground, so the dough does not stick.
- Grind the dough very thinly and in a long oval. The thickness will greatly affect the texture, so you have to really pay attention to it.
- After that, roll the dough to form a layer, so it is shaped like a lobster tail.
- Do not forget to add the cream in it. The fla is made from cheese, milk, and lemon. If you are a crazy fan of cream, you can fill it a lot.
- When all processes have been completed, the last thing is to oven it. Then, your pastry is ready to be served.
Well, now you can make it at home. It is not that hard to make the Carlo’s bakery lobster tail, right?