When they have swollen and doubled in size, the croissants are ready to be baked.

Step 18: Brush with Egg Yolk

Brush the Cornetti with the egg yolk, beaten with a drop of milk.

Step 19: Baking

Bake the Cornetti at 200°C/390°F for about 20 minutes.

Take them out of the oven and allow them to cool.

Step 20: The Finishing Touch

Sprinkle the Italian croissants with a little powdered sugar.

Step 21: Serve and Enjoy

Your Cornetti Italian Croissants are now ready to be served and enjoyed. Buon appetito!

In this culinary adventure, we’ve crafted fragrant Italian croissants, Cornetti, that are sure to impress. With layers of buttery goodness and a touch of sweetness, they make the perfect treat to savor. So, get ready to indulge in a taste of Italy right in your own home.

Can I use dry yeast instead of fresh brewer’s yeast?

Yes, you can substitute dry yeast for fresh brewer’s yeast. Use about half the amount of dry yeast.

Can I freeze the cornetti for later?

Absolutely! Once baked and cooled, you can freeze them in an airtight container for up to a month.

What can I serve with cornetti ?

Cornetti go wonderfully with a cup of coffee, a cappuccino, or even a glass of fresh orange juice.

Can I add chocolate chips to the dough for a chocolatey twist?

Certainly! You can add chocolate chips to the dough for a delightful chocolate-filled cornetti variation.

How long does it take for the dough to double in volume during rising?

It typically takes 2–3 hours for the dough to double in volume during the rising process. However, this time can vary depending on the room temperature and humidity.

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