Do not use the green kind of ladyfingers. :)
A sugar coated one will of cause, result in a sweeter "sponge layer".
A non sugar coated one will not give it a sweet "Sponge layer".
And brand wise, it's really up to...
Since you mentioned petit fours, and if you ever want to make them in the form of mini tarts.
I have seen a picture where mini tart moulds were welded to bars of metal. That way, you can just lift a sheet of dough and roll it over the...
Hey hey Lawrence,
I was also considering the Silpat instead of a nonstick pan. I've had my eye on it for some time now.
I think I'll stick with plastic stencils though. That way, I can re use them over and over again.
I'm not too...
Momoreg: Ahhh, I was wondering what part will the corn syrup play, in a recipe.
Thanks for the insight.
Zukerig: I used a silicone sheet pan liner today, infact, just 1 hour ago. However, I think I'll look into investing...
Hello, I've done a search on tuiles, and found it very informative and answered one of my questions.
However, I have a few more quuestions.
What is it in a batter that makes a tuile lacey?
My observations, upon going through dozen...
You can convert them on this site.
Just a thought: why not make use the metric measurements to prepare them?
I personally prefer metric over american measurements, it's more consistent...