Macaron

Macaron

ISBN: 0143204203

ISBN 13: 9780143204206

Publication Date: May 01, 2010

Publisher: Penguin Random House Australia

Pages: 92

Format: Paperback

Author: Alison Thompson

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Be seduced by the bite-sized joy of macarons. Here, pastry chef Alison Thompson shares 35 recipes for unique and utterly luscious macarons. Following her straightforward, step-by-step instructions—and with a mouth-wateringly decadent image of each macaron to inspire you—you'll soon be baking these delectable morsels like a professional. Delicately crisp on the outside and luxuriously rich in the middle, macarons are the favorite sweet of France, where they were created by Pierre Desfontaines at the beginning of the 20th century. Until recently seldom enjoyed outside of France, they can now be found in cafes, restaurants, and at weddings around the world. Macaron, with its easy and inspired recipes, shows you all you need to create these delights at home. Eating a macaron is an ecstasy-inducing experience, as anyone who has tried one can attest: first you bite through a crisp, shell-like exterior to a slightly chewy almond-meringue biscuit, and finally reach the explosion of flavor carried by the buttercream or ganache filling. When it comes to indulgence, nothing can compare. Here, pastry chef Alison Thompson shares 35 recipes for unique and utterly luscious macarons. Following her straightforward, step-by-step instructions, you'll soon be baking these delectable morsels like a professional.

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