madeline cookies

Discussion in 'Pastries & Baking' started by pastrycake, Nov 28, 2010.

  1. pastrycake

    pastrycake

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    just bought a madeline pan.. any recipes that you guys have success with?  I tried a coconut madeline but I didn't have the pan a the time.  It turned out as a cakey cookie... I like it to be slightly crispy outside edge and soft in middle.. but definitely buttery! 
     
  2. caker0301

    caker0301

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    Here is a honey madeleine that bakes up wonderfully:

    - 3/4 cup AP flour

    - 1/2 tsp baking powder

    - 2 large eggs (room temperature)

    -1/3 cup sugar

    - zest from 1/2 lemon

    - 1 Tbsp honey

    - 2 tsp. vanilla extract

    - 5 Tbsp. butter (melted and cooled)

    1. Sift together flour and baking powder

    2. Beat eggs and sugar on med-high with whisk until they lighten and thicken in color (about 4 minutes)

    3. Beat in lemon zest, vanilla, and honey

    4. With a spatula, fold in the dry ingredients, followed by the melted butter

    5. Press plastic wrap against the batter (needs to be airtight) and chill for 3 - 48 hours

    6. When ready to bake, preheat oven to 400F; butter your madeleine pan if it is NOT nonstick and dust with flour

    7. Place batter in molds filling almost to the top

    8. Bake large ones for 11 - 13 minutes; bake small ones for 8 - 10 minutes; or until golden and they spring back when touched

    9. I like to remove the cookies right after taking out of the oven by banging the pan against the counter.

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  3. homemadecook

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    I have tasted a Madelaine that is soo good! Just can't remember which restaurant it is. :(