J Balvin

J Balvin is wearing a new hat these days — a chef’s hat. While on a trip in Italy, J Balvin took some time to brush up his culinary skills and make some flaky and delicious croissants and some supercalifragilisticexpialidocious looking fruit tarts. The I Can’t Get Enough singer was accompanied by an Italian chef who was helpfully teaching him the ropes on how to make these delectable French stables. In a series of videos that the artist shared via social media, you can see him expertly cutting the puff pastry using a pizza cutter as well as rolling the strips of puff pastry into tiny little enjoyable rolls that would be baked into golden morsels to be enjoyed.

You can definitely tell that the singer was proud of his handy work as he showcased the final product. He even got a “Wonderful,” from the chef

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In the videos, you can see the Ven y Hazlo Tú singer piping some creamy custard into small premade tartlets that will later be transformed into a mouthwatering dessert. For the finishing touch, J Balvin lightly brushes each tart with (what looks like) a simple syrup wash that will help seal in the fruits and the custard (yum). 

In the videos, the chef could be heard detailing how to properly pipe the creamy filling for the tarts

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