Parfait

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A French parfait

Parfait is a type of food that is eaten as a dessert. It is a French word that means perfect.

Styles of Parfait[change | edit source]

Parfaits are made differently in different countries.

French Parfait[change | edit source]

A common parfait is the French kind. A French parfait mixes sugar, whip cream, an egg yolk, sauce, cold fruit and frozen ice cream. French parfaits are usually served on a plate not in a glass.

Japanese Parfait[change | edit source]

Japanese parfait made mainly of ice cream and fruit with a sweet ingredient. It is served in a tall glass. It is a classic on a coffee shop menu. It is one of the more popular desserts.

Varieties[change | edit source]