Wednesday, April 3, 2013

Pimp my madeleines :: Food

I wanted to make some madeleines since a long time, but I most of all wanted to make some with original flavors:

Lime/Vanilla, Blueberries/Candied ginger, Black sesam/Raspberries 

And I also dipped them into melted white chocolate, to strengthen the "Yum Effect" ;)

After several failed attempts I finally found out that the best (and easiest) way to cook them is to simply bake them at 220°C. No need to bother yourself with temperature variations, and that's a pretty good news isn't it?

Makes 25 madeleines:

2 eggs
90 gr sugar
110 gr flour
50 gr butter
1/2 tbsp dry yeast 
(add 1 tsp vanilla extract if you want to make the original recipe of madeleines)

Pimp my madeleine:

zest from 1/4 lime
seeds from 1 vanilla bean

Candied ginger/Blueberries
2 big candied ginger pieces
some blueberries (fresh or frozen)

Black sesame/Raspberries
1 tsp black sesame past
1 or 2 tsp frozen raspberries breaks

100 gr white chocolate
2 tbsp single cream

* Preheat your oven on 220°C.
* Melt the butter and set aside.
* In a large bowl mix the eggs and sugar together until creamy.
* Add the flour and yeast, stir.
* Add the melted butter, stir.
* Divide the mixture into 3 small bowls and add the different ingredients combination in one of each (lime zest/vanilla seeds - diced candied ginger/blueberries - black sesame past/raspberries breaks).
* Pour the tins into their 3/4 and put in the oven for 8 to 10 minutes, or until well golden with a bump on top.
* Allow to cool completely on a grill.
* Melt the white chocolate with the single cream and pour into the bottom of the madeleines.
* Put them upside down on a grill until to let the chocolate harden.

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