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Traditional Madeleines
I love watching madeleines bake, the batter rising with the characteristic little bump, pregnant with flavor. It's important not to overbake madeleines; they must be moist. We found when testing these at home that the best way of preventing them from sticking is to thoroughly butter the mold and then refrigerate or freeze the pan to harden the butter before adding the batter. And if your madeleine mold is very old, consider buying a new nonstick one.
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Chocolate Madeleines
These chocolate madeleines are a delicious take on the traditional vanilla or lemon ones. They might not trigger an involuntary memory, but they'll surely make you reach for seconds… or even thirds. See all cookie recipes. Click here to see Christmas Dinner: It's Not Thanksgiving Anymore.
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Susan Champlin Taylor
This cookie launched a thousand memories—and a literary masterpiece—for Marcel Proust. Enjoy madeleines with tea, just as the narrator did in Swann's Way.
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sanjayndalal@gmail.com (Tarla Dalal)
The traditional tea - time cakes, with the delicious flavour of desiccated coconut.
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This cookie launched a thousand memories—and a literary masterpiece—for Marcel Proust. The group enjoys madeleines with tea, just as the narrator did in Swann's Way.
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Active time: 20 min Start to finish: 40 min
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Lori Hartman of New York City, writes: "I'm looking for a good madeleine recipe similar to the delicious ones (lemony, buttery, and spongy, but crispy on the edges) I used to buy at Bouley Bakery in Manhattan's TriBeCa neighborhood. Can you get the recipe?" The crisp edge on these delightful citrus-scented cookies sets them apart from any other classic madeleines our food editors have tasted. We're never going back.
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www.epicurean.com
Place the eggs and sugar in a large bowl; then, using a whisk or an electric mixer, beat until lemon colored. Add the zest. Fold in the flour, then 3/4 cup melted butter. Refrigerate the batter, covered, for 1 hour. Preheat the oven to 375F(1900C.) ...
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Gale Gand
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anon-r1rnyeh5min4@base.google.com (http://www.ifood.tv)
3 to 4 dozen cookies 1. mix sugar and butter together.. then add in the eggs and vanilla and mix evenly.. 2. slowly add in flour and fold into mixture.. 3. preheat oven to 350.. grease the madeleine pans with butter (getting every nook and cranny..) ...
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E.A.
Made these for Christmas, but no need for a special occasion to make these. I like them in the morning w/ my coffee. You will need a madeleine mold.
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Chef #1282770
Madeleines
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