Asked in International CuisineFranceCroissants
What are croissants made from?
March 13, 2010 9:59PM
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It is from France madame(Ms.)
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Asked in France, French Food, Croissants
Which Province in France does Croissants originate from?
Croissants are not originally from France - they are supposed to come from Vienna, Austria. this is why croissants, pains au chocolat and other rolls made from flaky bread dough are collectively called viennoiseries in French. The croissant, according to legend, was created in the form of a crescent to commemorate the defeat of the Turks in the 17th century.
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What part of frane do croissants come from?
Croissants were invented in Vienna (Austria) to celebrate the defeat of the Turks (whose flag featured a crescent moon) in 1683. That sort of pastry (essentially a flaky pastry made with yeast) produces a range of items, notably croissants and Pains au Chocolat, called Viennoiseries. The croissant may have come to France with Marie-Antoinette, the Austrian Queen of Louis XVI.