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hugoagogo Wed 25-Sep-13 18:53:12

I have a tin, but after one tough and bland attempt it has been sitting in the cupboard for eighteen months. [shame]

I need a madeleine masterclass...

Twooter Wed 25-Sep-13 21:00:49

What's the tin? What's a Madeleine master class?

JesusInTheCabbageVan Wed 25-Sep-13 21:03:29

Mmmm, Proustian.

hugoagogo Thu 26-Sep-13 15:07:10

have I missed something? confused

JesusInTheCabbageVan Thu 26-Sep-13 15:16:25

Sorry, was being geeky. grin This. Not that I've actually read it, mind. Anyway, I'm not helping and shall get me coat.

Yoghurty Thu 26-Sep-13 15:20:45

Best recipe I know of and use regularly is Nigella's Proust's Madelines from 'How to eat'.
Perfect every time and I don't even have a proper pan. I just use a mini muffin pan and they come out like little Mexican hats smile

You do need to let the mixture sit in the fridge for at least an hour then let it come to room temp. I usually make the batter up the night before then we have decadent breakfast madelines!

Yoghurty Thu 26-Sep-13 15:21:47

Damn autocorrect taking out all the 'e's!

hugoagogo Thu 26-Sep-13 15:25:08

I didn't know Proust and madeleines- every day's a school day. grin

I just wish someone would tell me about how to make a lovely madeleine.

hugoagogo Thu 26-Sep-13 15:26:58

Oh yoghurty you wonderful person grin That's the answer I was looking for.

ArtisanLentilWeaver Thu 26-Sep-13 15:27:34

Madeleine recipe here

JesusInTheCabbageVan Thu 26-Sep-13 15:32:20

I think knowing how to make them is probably a lot more useful and will win you more friends than my contribution. grin

BeckyBrandon Tue 15-Oct-13 21:18:39

Mmmmm Madeleines. DP scoffs the lot when I make them tho.

OP I use a touch more citrus then they recommend, it helps, and I go by this recipe

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