Thursday, 31 October 2013

We Are Afflicted In Every Way








I never know baking tuiles can be such nerve wrecking.  There is no time to lose, Speed is the word..

Bake - 7-8 minutes in 180C oven

Assembly - roll or shape while still hot

Serve -  immediately



A successfully baked tuile breaks easily but rest assured nothing is wasted here because every crumbs is swiftly disposed of into this baker's tummy. These tuile crumbs are so delicious and additive.. 







This recipe is from The Chocolate Book. I cut a 6 inch circle drawn on a clear file as template. This half recipe makes  two 6 inch circle, and 3 scrolls, of which only 1 circle and 1 scroll survived the rolling and shaping.   It was quite a feat to roll and shape these delicate tuiles into scrolls and bowls!






Chocolate Tuile
Adapted from The Chocolate Book, Angelique Schmeink


Ingredients

2 tablespoon softened butter (30gm)
1/4 cup sifted icing sugar
a dash of vanilla extract
1 large egg white, lightly whisked with a fork
1/4 cup all purpose flour + 1/2 tablespoon cocoa powder,sifted



Method



  • Using a hand mixer, cream butter,sugar and vanilla to a paste.

  • Keep stirring while you gradually add the egg whites.

  • Continue to add the flour and cocoa in small batches and mix till batter is smooth.

  • wrap and chill in the fridge for at least 30 minutes.

  • Line a baking sheet and place a stencil on the baking sheet. Spread batter with an offset spatula.
  • Remove template and bake for 8 minutes.

  • Remove tuile from baking sheet, roll or shape immediately.



This post is linked to Bake-Along theme "Tuile" organised by Zoe, Lena and Joyce








We are afflicted in every way, but not crushed;perplexed,but not driven to despair;persecuted, but not forsaken;struck down, but not destroyed; 2 Corinthians 4:8-9

14 comments:

  1. Hi Lian,

    I reckon too baking tuiles is very good for my agility and heart beating training... LOL!

    I like your chocolate tuiles :D Making it into an ice cream "bowl" sounds delicious!

    Zoe

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    1. Happy to make the bowl, never mind the broken ones too!

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  2. What a pretty edible ice cream bowl

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  3. Hi Lian,
    Baking tuiles is a challenge indeed! But I sure am glad that you have given it a try. It is so crispy and yummy, that I think it is worth the effort. Next time, I'll just leave them flat, if I'm feeling lazy! Your choc tuiles bowl looks wonderful, this is a bowl that I would gladly nibble on!
    Thanks for linking!

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    1. I wanted to leave it flat too after ter all the failures

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  4. good morning lian! yes, you are so right..nerve wrecking! i was frustrated making the earlier failed batches and i did tried shaping the cups too..just couldnt do it! I am glad that you made them and they survived! haha! really so challenging making these for me!! thx so much for your participation, always a pleasure to have you joining us!

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    1. Good morning Lena, I think you are a very cheerful person. Your comments are always bright and cheerful, I love hearing from you!

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  5. You went the extra mile with your tuiles! Great results, you did have to tell that only one each survived!

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    1. Hi Emily, despite one of each survived, it was actually very neat to do this, very minimal cleaning up which I like.

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  6. Hi Lian,
    Tulies ice cream bowl...I would love this.
    After wollop all the ice cream still can nibble on the tulie bowl :p
    Save cleaning up :D Love your ice cream bowl tulie !!
    mui

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    1. Hi Doreen, my daughter polished off everything! :))

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  7. These really are beautiful, and I appreciate the tips.

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    1. Thanks for your kind comment, cquek.

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