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Giant Madeleine

Difficulté : Easy
Catégorie : Sweet
Cout : Low cost
I’ve been eyeing this giant madeleine mold from Matfer for a while. I wasn’t sure where to find it and stumbled upon it. So I threw myself at it! That’s the first reason for this recipe. The other is that I wanted to find the taste of industrial madeleines. I know it’s a shame, but I find that store-bought madeleines are sometimes very tasty. And yet I never buy them, it’s when they are offered to me that I find them very good. Here I have tried to replicate the texture and flavor of one of the well-known brands. For the taste, I put bitter almond flavor and it is delicious! This giant madeleine (or the classic full-size version!) is ready to pop in the oven in less than 5 minutes and fills the house with a tantalizing aroma. 

Recipe for one giant madeleine (matfer madeleine mold) or 2 dozen madeleines:
  • 175g of flour
  • 2,5g of baking powder (it’s very little and it works very well)
  • 1/4 teaspoon of salt
  • 140g of sugar
  • 100g oil (rapeseed oil for cooking), or melted butter
  • 80g of egg
  • 25g of milk
  • 10g of bitter almond flavouring (for once Vahiné will do!!)
 Pour the flour, yeast, salt, oil and sugar into a bowl. 

Mix briefly then add the milk and the 80g of egg.

Mix to obtain a homogeneous paste without lumps. Finally, pour in the bitter almond flavor and mix thoroughly.

Here is the giant madeleine mold from Matfer. I grease it with the release spray or melted butter, then lightly flour it. But you can do without it and make normal sized madeleines.

Bake for 50 minutes at 160°C for the giant madeleine or 15 minutes for small madeleines. 

That’s all! Let cool for 5 to 10 minutes before removing from pan. 

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