Wednesday, July 11, 2012

Wild Honey and vanilla Madeleines: Best treat for my lazy afternoon

 This cookie (or you can call it cake, ^^) is my sister's favorite. She always tells me to make it but you know me, I have a lot of recipes that I want to do, haha.

Wild Honey and vanilla Madeleines 
 Anyway, I can't go on like that, making my family happy is my work. and I think it's a good time to try some recipe too. This recipe contain honey that will make the cookie moister, and if you choose the one with great fragrance will be be more lovely. For me I have wild honey and I love the fragrance of it and I add a teaspoon of vanilla too. If you use other kinds of honey or it doesn't go along with vanilla, just skip it that's all.
The first resting is for the flour to blend (or melt) into the egg, so don't skip it. The madeleines are baked in very hot oven,  they will be done in 8 minutes no matter what kinds of mold and pan, you don't have to increase the baking time or the top of the cookie will be darken rather than golden brown.
How do I love to serve it?, Well, for me with a cup of hot tea, it will be the best treat for my lazy afternoon.



Wild Honey and vanilla Madeleines 
Makes about 45-48 pieces (standard Madeleine pan)


 300g ............................. Eggs
30g ................................ Wild honey
1tsp ............................... Vanilla paste
1/4tsp ........................... Salt
230g .............................. Granulated sugar
85g ................................. Cake flour
190g ............................... Bread flour
15g .................................. Baking powder
230g ............................... Unsalted butter, melted and cool completely


Sift both of the flour and baking powder together, set aside.
 Whip the eggs and honey until foamy, add the sugar gradually and whip until the mixture is white and thicken, add the vanilla and salt, whip until combine.
 Fold the flour mixture into the egg mixture, in 3-4 additions.
Cover with the plastic warp and let the mixture stand at room temperature for 1 hour.
Pour the melted butter into the egg bowl, fold until combine.
Cover with the plastic warp and refrigerate for overnight or 12 hours.
Preheat the oven to 230 °C
Butter and flour the madeleine pans (do it properly, it can stick to the pan like crazy ^^").
Pipe or spoon the batter into the pans.
Bake for 8 minutes, or until golden brown.
Wild Honey and vanilla Madeleines 

Wild Honey and vanilla Madeleines: Best treat for my lazy afternoon

4 comments:

hungryfoodphotography said...

Hi dailydelicious,
Your wild honey and vanilla madeleines looks tasty
You can submit your wild honey and vanilla madeleines pics on http://www.foodporn.net It is a food photography site where members can submit all food pictures that make readers hungry :)
I am already hungry to see these photos btw, LOL

Simply bakes said...

Hi Dailydelicious!
I loove madeleines and Honey! THe combination must be mind-blowing! Thanks for the inspirations:D

Mich - Piece of Cake said...

Hi, your madeleines look really soft, moist and delicious.

And reading your note on the side of your blog, I can't understand why any publisher would have a problem being credited. Did they insist you take the recipe down?

dailydelicious said...

I already took the problem one down. The credit is a confirmation for them that I violated the copyright -*-, even I adapted the recipe. But actually the list of the ingredients can't be copyright, so rather than having more problem, I have to stop putting the credit.

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