This is a cake celebrating the Epiphany and traditionally sold and consumed a few days before and after this date. In modern France, the cakes can be found in most bakeries during the month of January. The cake consists of flaky puff pastry layers with a dense center of frangipane.
This is a quick appetizer that is great for potlucks and snacks. Vary the amount of jalapenos you use depending on how hot they are. If you want milder poppers remove the seeds and inner membrane from the jalapeno.
This recipe is an adapted version of Thai green curry since some ingredients for this were a little hard to get hold of. I like to serve this with my Recipe #274534 or plain boiled rice. You can use whatever vegetables or tofu you prefer.
I use homemade cornbread using a mix for this since it is less sweet then the shop bought. Make sure you taste the mixture before you add the salt, since the stock already contains a lot of salt already. I like to use vegetarian chicken stock for this, but you can use whatever flavor you prefer.
I came up with this recipe to use left over stuffing from christmas. You can substitute breadcrumbs in the place of panko if you want. If the mixture does not bind well you can add 1 egg. Salt and pepper to taste.