These bite-sized snacks perfectly illustrate the versatility of choux pastry. They're an ideal vehicle for whatever savoury filling you like - we love cured trout and crème fraîche, but they would be equally delicious filled with thinly sliced leg ham and Gruyère, or even with a luxe pâté, cornichons and frisée. If you can't be bothered curing the trout, flaked hot-smoked trout would make a good substitute.
To make choux pastry, see our basic choux pastry recipe.
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