Monday, April 21, 2008

Tuilles Cookies

The name of this cookie is coming from French word, which means the curved tile. This thin cookie is very enjoyable and I, who make it, rarely have a chance to enjoy. Because when take it out of the oven and place on the plate, the entire member in the family will start taking it into their mouths. If you using silicone baking mat, it will be better to use template to spread the mixture into thin cookie less than inch because the cookie won’t spread again in the oven.


Tuilles

Makes about 30





2

Egg whites

½ cup

Sugar

1/3 cup

All-purpose flour

½ tsp

Vanilla extract

50 g

Melted butter

¼ cup

Sliced almond

Preheat the oven to 190°C

Line the baking pan with nonstick baking paper.

Whisk together egg whites and sugar, then add the flour, vanilla extract, and cooled melted butter. Whisk until smooth, place 1 tsp of the mixture onto lined baking pan. Spread the mixture out to 8 cm circles (You may only fit 6 or 8 per pan); sprinkle the sliced almond. Bake until golden around the edges about 6 minutes.

While still hot, remove from the pan and place over the rolling pin to curl.

2 comments:

Colette said...

Those are so pretty!

Patricia Scarpin said...

So delicate and light. Beautiful.

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