The orange slices, who knows him not. Tom Tom two layers of puff pastry with in between airy banquet fill and on top a glaze layer. Not decent to eat, very tasty. And popular, according to the figures. Here some nice (base) facts, where you have a drink today – and of course, vanilla slice again can have:
The number of calories in this pastry is not for the cat. This three haps cake contains more than 300 kcal per piece. And that for such a light pastry. But hey, the King is but once a year birthday.
The size of an orange slice is (almost always) exactly four to ten centimetres.
Quite a few countries mention the vanilla slice a Napoleon. The vanilla slice is also across the border, there is called the delicacy as follows:
> In France it is called millefeuille;
> In Flanders they call it a Baker or glacéke;
> In Italy it is called mille foglie ;
> In the USA they call it napoleon or a nap;
> In Sweden they call it a napoleonbakelse;
> The Norwegians call it a napoléonskake;
> Also for the Russians it is a hаполеон (Napoleon, that is).
With very many Dutch people eat Koningsdag tompouces. Pastry chefs call it a super sales event. The sale of tompoucens rises so hard, that the turnover of bakers often of predecessor which day.
I love vanilla slice and koningsdag. I wish you all a nice koningsdag desired.