Friday, 9 April 2010

Chocolate Chip Madeleines

After about almost a year, finally I get the chance to use my "Scallop Shell Madeleine Tin" which one of my blog friend bought it for me from Japan during her visit to Singapore. Does these Chocolate Madeleines look familiar to you :) I have replicated my son's favourite tea-snack which can be found in one of the local bakery shop.

My son loves these Scallop Shape Madeleines. The moment when I told him that we are going to make a batch of his favourite Chocolate Chip Madeleines, he quickly gets his chair and stand-by at the counter top.

This recipe is good for those who can't consume any nut as part of the ingredient because this does not required any ground almond which is commonly found in most of the Traditional Madeleine recipes.

Ingredients: (makes 10)
90g Plain Flour
90g Caster Sugar
90g Butter, melted & cool
2 Eggs, 60g each
1 Tablespoon Dutch Cocoa Powder
30g Chocolate Chip, optional

Method:
1. Grease a madeleine pan by brushing it with melted butter.
2. Whisk eggs and sugar with a mixer for about 5 minutes or until thick and creamy.
3. Mix in the flour mixture (sift flour and cocoa powder together), stir till combined then mix in the melted butter.
4. Spoon the batter to the grease madeleine pan (remember don't over fill) and top with some chocolate chips.
5. Bake for roughly 10 minutes in a preheat 180 degree oven or until the cakes spring back when lightly press.

This recipe gives a very soft and moist chocolate chip madeleine due to the porpotion of the ingredients used compare to usual one that my son always purchased from that bakery. My motativation of making these came from the mini French Madeleines that my son bought from "Icing Room".
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2 comments:

  1. Sometimes I wonder if you went to school. Loads of spelling and grammar mistakes, it's a pain to read your entries. Please do your readers a favour in future and do a spell check before you hit 'submit'!

    My son always PURCHASE, not purchased. Apparently you can't really differentiate between past and present tense can you? I don't see what is so difficult??

    And please stop giving the excuse or reason that this is just a personal blog to jot down your bakings and cookings and that you don't hold a good command of english. If it is made public, it is only nice, or should I say, your responsibility to ensure your post is free of error. And I believe anyone can do it if they want do, it's just up to you whether you want to put in the effort or not. Perhaps you just need to read and speak more, if that is where your weakness lies.

    Looking forward to a better drafted entry in future.

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  2. Dear Ellena, pls don't get upset over nasty post by mummyponcho! she must be someone jealous of your capability! If she can't stand your typo or grammatical errors, she is welcome not to read your blog! People are laughing at her instead because she just kicked her own ass for being so low and uncivilized!

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