I’m Going To Show You How To Make Madeline’s.
- All-Purpose Flour
- Baking Powder
- Unsalted Butter
- Melted Vanilla Extract
You’ll need some all-purpose flour, salt, baking powder, eggs, regular sugar, unsalted butter, melted vanilla extract and a lemon. Now I’m gonna do this in my standing mixture because I need to cream the butter nut butter the sugar and the eggs together for a while to get them nice, and light, and fluffy. I’ve already done my workout today. So, I don’t feel like standing there with a whisk and doing it by hand but of course you can just do it with a whisk a spatula in a bowl so the first thing you wanna do is get up and preheated to 350. The second thing you want to do is stick some Madeleine pan this is what they look like you can get them in any kitchen supply store you can order them online and spray them well with nonstick cooking spray because these you don’t want them to stick so get that done and now in this mixer fitted with just a whisk attachment.
I’m adding in my sugar and eggs and I’m going to whisk these on high speed for about 3 to 4 minutes or until it’s nice, and light, and pale in color that is what you’re looking for. You see how thick and pale that is exactly the consistency that you are trying to achieve while making this recipe so now to this I’m going to add in a little lemon zest which is traditional and a Madeleine recipe now there are as many variations, and recipes, and meadow lands as there are fish in the sea but this is my recipe for it and this is how I like to make them a splash of vanilla and I’m just going to mix this just for a second to combine the throwing greens that we just added that’s fine now you know me. I hate to peel and I hate to sift things I just do but with this recipe. You need to sift your dry ingredients they have to be actually going to remove this for a second they have to be completely completely lump free. Otherwise it’s not going to work for you trust me.
I’ve tried just because I hate sifting takes extra time out of my day so just get that all in there all done see those little tiny, little pieces. Just want to get them all through see that wasn’t so bad okay putting my little attachment back on and I’m just going to put this on low to start combining this the dry ingredients while slowly streaming in your melted butter. I can put the speed up a little bit this point go I need to scrape the sides of the bowl and just turn it back on just to combine it all together looks good. Now as always with your spatula just give everything a good mix because not all of the flour and drawing greens will be mixed through so just from the bottom up there we go now. I use an ice cream scoop for this not that you’re going to need that much batter for each little meddling cup but it’s just easier for me to use a little ice cream scoop to just fill these up last one that this makes about a batch and a half this is going to go into your preheated oven a 350 for about 12 to 13 to 15 minutes keep an eye out on it.
You’re looking for a golden-brown color and just the edges to be a little darker Brown and then we’re pretty much done. But I’ll show you what they look like my Madeline’s baked for about 10 minutes actually bakes a little less than normal of the oven up a little bit too much but they’re perfect. They’re easy to do and I have to have them sprinkled generously with confectioner sugar that’s how I’ve always seen them so it’s like I have to do it but to each his own that’s what makes the world go round after all see they’re like little spongy cakes.