Sunday, April 23, 2006

Madeleines

Tried this recipe and it turned out quite nice. The recipe was given in KC original but now the recipe has been changed slightly. This is a very easy recipe to try. (As I do not have the madeleine moulds yet, I have used mini tart moulds for the baking.)

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200 gm cake flour
1 tsp baking powder
160 gm castor sugar
4 eggs
1 orange zest
3 tsp of orange liquer (optional)
200 gm melted butter

Beat eggs with sugar until fluffy and white. Add in sifted flour and baking powder. Mix well. Than add in orange zest and liquer and melted butter. Mix well and spoon into well greased moulds.

Preheat oven to 180C and baked for about 15 mins until brown and cooked. Unmould and cool it on wire rack.

6 comments:

Vanessa said...

Lee Lee

Baked medeleines this morning using yr method. Texture is very soft & nice. Last week, I tried to bake using recipe from another website but it turns out to be quite hard. Could it be the different type of flour?

Tks for sharing the simple & good recipe.

Hugbear said...

Yes, reasons can be flour, liquid, butter, etc. My friend has just given me some French medelines to try. It is really yummy and has a stronger buttery taste. I want to try and replicate this taste soon. LOL

Anonymous said...

hey, do u have a more buttery taste madeleines recipe that taste like delifrance's? i love delifrance's :)

Ann said...

What is a orange zest?
Can i make this using a machine instead of oven?

joanne said...

Must we use egg whites to make it white and fluffy?

Hugbear said...

No, beat the whole egg, not only egg whites. Beat until light in colour and fluffy.

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