Orange scented madeleines (vegetable oil version)
  • March 09,2023

Madeleine, a classic French dessert, has a charming shell shape, a towering belly and a soft and delicate taste that you can't put down after one bite. This orange-flavored madeleine uses vegetable oil instead of butter, and at same time adds a lot of orange peel, which has a richer flavor and fewer calories. Interested kitchen friends can try this. Fang Tzu refers to Sister Liberty's Madeleine cake. The shape is 12 continuous Xizhiba shapes.

Ingredients 2 (in shell 62-63 grams) 100 grams of eggs 70 grams of low-milling flour (you can add 5 grams if you like sweetness) 60 grams of fine sugar Vegetable oil (corn) 3 grams of baking powder A little vanilla extract Salt 50 g orange peel practice
  • 1

    Bring eggs to room temperature, beat them with a hand mixer, add fine sugar and mix well, no need to beat eggs.

  • 2

    Add some vanilla extract and diced orange zest and mix well.

  • 3

    Add sifted flour, baking powder and salt and continue to mix well with mixer until mixture turns into a thick puree.

  • 4

    Add vegetable oil and mix well, then refrigerate for 1 hour.

  • 5

    Remove and warm to a certain degree of fluidity, then transfer to a pastry bag. (I used spoon directly)

  • 6

    Squeeze into a pre-oiled and powdered mold about 80% full.

  • 7

    Preheat oven to 180 degrees, middle layer, heat up and down for 10-13 minutes. (adjust according to your oven temperature)

  • 8

    Unmould while still hot and cool on a cooling rack.