Wednesday, November 18, 2009

Caramel Macarons




Caramel Sauce recipe from 'Dailydelicious'.

18 comments:

Anonymous said...

Hi,

Care to share your mac recipe pls? Thank You.

Eva

Shiau Li said...

your beautiful macarons are so beautiful. Shame to tell i still not solve the probelm of air pocket. i used wilton candy thermometer. when i put it into the boiling water, the highest reading is only 93C. Is there something wrong with my thermometer? THANK YOU.

Anncoo said...

Never try to make macarons before. Are these really sweet?

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DG said...

I am drooling now to see your macarons. So cute and looks delicious. Is this your early Christmas goodie to me? ;p

Happy Flour said...

Hi Eva,

Please check, recipe already in my blog.

Happy Flour said...

Hi Anncoo,

Macarons is crispy on the outside and chewy on the inside. It a very... sweet dessert.

Thanks for the award. :)

Happy Flour said...

Hi Shiau Li,

For macarons we don't want any air bubbles in the batter so you have to stir the batter to get rid the air bubbles in the egg white. Sometime I even bang the bowl to burst the air bubbles in the batter.

Why don't you bring the candy thermometer back to the shop and consult the sale assistant.

Happy Flour said...

Hi DG,

Thanks for your cute words. :) Ya, stretch... your arms longer and you can get it. :> What is my present for this X'mas? Waiting....

Melissa said...

Hi Happy Flour,

I did the caramel sauce today and I will begin doing the macarons next week. However, my caramel sauce is quite runny I don't think I'll be able to pipe it on the macarons. Could you please advise what shld I do to have a thicker caramel sauce?

Thanks(;

Happy Flour said...

Hi Melissa,

The caramel sauce will thicken when it cool and harden when you kept it in the fridge. Thaw the caramel sauce in a bowl of warm water for a while until it is piping consistence.

birdutmasali said...

ı lıke caramel !! and Macarons !!
very very nice..
happy wekeends

Happy Flour said...

Hi Birdutmasali,

Thanks for your nice words. :)

Blessed Homemaker said...

Cool! I've yet to venture into macarons although it had been on my To-Do list for the longest time. Procrastinating for 2 reasons, very sweet dessert and unguaranteed success. Hope to make these one day.

Your mac looks really good with all those feet!

Happy Flour said...

Hi Blessed Homemaker,

Thanks for your nice words. :)
I know what you meant, a very... sweet... dessert. So once in a while I will make macarons for my craving sons. Happy baking.

Anonymous said...

Hi,

May i know ur icing sugar's brand for this beautiful macarons ?Thx

Rgds,
jenny

Happy Flour said...

Hi Jenny,

I used any brand of icing sugar which I can get from the supermarket or provision shop. I don't use any particular brand.

Anonymous said...

Hi,

Did u bake ur macarons on lower or middle rack of oven? i hv one silly question.I hv oven termometer.but confuse where i should put the termometer.Is that put on bottom of oven or put on the lower rack ?thx.

Jenny

Happy Flour said...

Hi Jenny,

I place the tray at the middle rack. Sorry, I don't use oven thermometer so I don't know where to place it.