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Chantilly cream recipes

Chantilly is a sweetened, vanilla-flavoured whipped cream used for desserts and puddings. It’s sometimes flavoured with liqueur. It takes its name from Chantilly, a medieval French market town just north of Paris, famous for its whipped cream.

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