Monday, March 3, 2014

Project: Tuiles

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Recently I felt like baking cookies. Tuiles to be specific! Now tuiles are really great thin crispy cookies and mostly comes in a curly appealing shape.

I’ve baked tuiles before and I liked it!
 Tuiles are also often used as being a part of dessert or being a canapé. And definitely tea/coffee breaks friendly!
NL

Tijd voor koekjes bakken! En ik heb karwijkrullen gemaakt. Ze worden ook wel tuiles genoemd vanwege de krullige vorm. Met de tuiles kun je eigenlijk alle kanten op (zie Google). En ik kwam best wel creatieve vormen tegen! Vaak worden ze gebruikt als ganeering bij dessert. Maar ze zijn ook lekker bij een doodgewoon bakje koffie/thee!

Da Recipe: 75 gr plain flour, 75 gr icing sugar, 75 gr melted butter, 2 tbsp. caraway seeds, 1 tbsp. cinnamon, 2 egg whites

They kind of taste like cumin somewhere...

Just smear them out like you are painting the baking paper.

 You have to work really fast with the curling process. Careful not burning your fingers! 


 Da Steps:

  1. Get your baking tray + baking paper ready. Sieve the plain flour + icing sugar. Add the frothy eggwhites to it and stir until it's smooth. 
  2. Than add in the melted butter and combine well. 
  3. Add the caraway & cinnamon powder and mix well. 
  4. Rest the mixture in the fridge for around 30 minutes. 
  5. Pre-heat oven to 200°C. 
  6. Use a spatula and spoon out the dough on the baking tray. Smoothed it out thinly, it should cover the baking paper. 
  7. Bake them for around 5 minutes in the oven. The edge should be golden brown. 
  8. Now the fun yet crucial part: curling it! Take them out of the oven and use a knife/frosting spatula to scoop up the tuiles. Curl the cookies with a rollerpin, winebottle or hands. 
Good luck!

16 comments :

  1. Ziet er lekker uit, dit kende ik nog niet!

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  2. Yummmzz! Ze zijn zo lekker bij de koffie :)

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  3. i remember these! these are so yummy, great job, tehy look awesome!


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  4. Oh wow they turned out really good!! Totally not what I expected from the photos of when they first went into the oven! I would love to know what they taste like, they look delicious!

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  5. Never heard of it, Karwij reminds me of Karwei, de bouwmarkt XD

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  6. Looks delicious! Thanks for posting the recipe and sharing!

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  7. I've actually never heard or tried tuiles before, but they seem perfect with tea indeed.

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  9. These look SO good!!! Oh my goodness. I would totally pay for these.

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  10. they have always intimidated me, but you did such a great job!! they look professional! x

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  11. they look amazing and super yummy! <3

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  12. oh yum! looks so delicious. would love to give this recipe a try one day!

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  14. Always wanted to try to make some of these. Is it hard? They look absolutely delicious.

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