Making puff pastry takes time and practice, but once you have the skill, making puff pastry may be fitted in with other cooking and will seem less of a chore. Is it worth the effort? That is for you to decide. Homemade puff pastry will taste rich, light and buttery because it is usually made with equal quantities of butter and flour. Frozen puff pastry tastes less rich but there is no denying that it is convenient to store, easy to use and gives good results.
It really all depends on how much pastry cooking you do, and whether making your own puff pastry gives you immense satisfaction or simply becomes a burden.
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