Tuesday, March 1, 2011

Hazelnut Financiers


Ingredients (yield 10 financiers)
65g egg white
35g caster sugar
25g cake flour
1/2tsp corn flour
pinch baking powder
pinch salt
25g ground hazelnut
50g unsalted butter

1. Preheat over to 190C.
2. Melt butter over low fire until slightly brown and gives off a nutty aroma.
3. Set aside to cool and strain.
4. Sift flour, corn flour, baking powder, salt and ground hazelnut together and set aside.
5. Whisk egg white in a clean big bowl until foamy.
6. Add in sugar and continue to whisk till sugar dissolved.
7. Fold in flour mixture until well blended.
8. Lastly, fold in the melted butter until well blended.
9. Spoon batter into greased mould till 90% full.
10.Bake in preheated oven for 10-15mins or till it is lightly browned.
11.Remove financiers from mould and cool it on wire rack.


The Sweetylicious said...

it look so soft and delicious! (:

Joyce @ Chunky Cooky said...

The financiers look so soft and delicious !

ann low said...

As I still have some ground hazelnut in my fridge, I would like to try this...looks good! Do you grease the mold before adding the batter in it?

Cosy Bake said...

Ooo... looks so light and soft!! This is the best Financiers I have seen so far!!

busygran said...

I have the same moulds. Looking at your financiers, they are prompting me to make them too!

Happy Flour said...

Hi The Sweetylicious, Joyce, Busygran and Honey boy,

Thanks for all your nice words. :)
This financiers are indeed very soft and delicious. I love the nutty aroma of scorching butter.

Happy Flour said...

Hi Anncoo,

I did grease the moulds with butter.

Aimei said...

I like this.. :)