Sunday, September 28, 2008

Rolled Tuille cookie

Tuille , pronounced as "Twill" , not TULIP .
I should name it as "shape your own" cookie.
When it's just baked, shape or curl it as you want. Once you know the trick, we can even make it into basket shape, and serve it with scoops & scoops of ice-creams, top with Cherry. How's that?
Today I shaped my Tuille into cone shape, pipe some Dairy Whipping Cream. (Yes, Dairy Cream). Thanks to L telling me the differences between Non-Dairy & Dairy cream. I was eating fake cream all the time. my system probably clotted by Non-Dairy over 28 yrs! Not today, I will start eating Dairy cream. Today I Chilled my cream + bowl + beaters before I beat the cream. It turned out well ! (not watery, no more sag!) and the texture are just so pure , so creamy.

2 Egg Whites
1/4 cup Sugar (Edited! Original yield for 1/2 cup!)
1/3 cup All-purpose flour
1/2 tsp Vanilla extract
50g melted unsalted butter
1/4 cup chopped almond (Edited! Original says Sliced almond)

a. Preheat the oven to 180C
b. Line the baking pan with waxed parchment paper (This is very important. mine was low quality baking paper, and I'm having hard time to pull the cookie off from the paper! so must use waxed paper or nonstick paper!)
c. Whisk the egg whites & sugar, then add the flour, vanilla extract and cooled melted butter. Whisk until smooth. Place 1 Table of the mixture onto the baking pan. Spread the mixture (Make sure it's paper-thin, so that the cookie will be crisp & Crunch.) to 10cm circles, sprinkle with some almonds. Bake until golden around the edges about 6 minutes.
d. While still hot, remove the cookie from pan, and place over the rolling pin to curl.( Do it quick!) If you find the cookies start to get 'harden' before you able to shape them, pop them back into the oven for about a minute to reheat and rework.

Paul's Dairy Cream.

Does my fork looks real ? go back to second picture. I didn't know this until I load my pic. I put my food on a magazine, a carrot cake with a fork as the background. hahahaha.


Creamster said...

haha ... nice shot! I really tot that was the fork you put besides your Tuille.

Terri @ A Daily Obsession said...

u really shd get into business! can i order some??

Denise ^ ChiCkyEGG said...

cream: haha! tat was "favourite" magazine! U should say the photographer of favourite mag very geng! can make 3D shot.

Terri: business? no need la.. I bake for family & frens may be only la.
Know what! my sis's fren actually wanted to order & pay for the Macha Cheesecake from me after she eaten it! I was like "ha????"...

Creamster said...

Yes Terri, in fact, my mum also suggested her to go into business but she didn't want to. I guess she doesn't have enough confident! Shall we give her some confident ... start from my ordering then.

Terri @ A Daily Obsession said...

yes, good idea. i want to order tuille cookies.

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