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French Madeleines
French Madeleines
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This is a recipe of the French classical small shell-shape sponge cakes. To get the shell shape you need to have a special shell-shape baking form, which is sold in kitchen or baking stores. The cakes come with many different flavors like citron, orange, vanilla or almonds.

Ingredient List for 10 servings:
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3 Eggs
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150 gr Flour
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15 gr Baking powder
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110 gr Sugar
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120 gr Butter
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1 teaspoon Vanilla extract
Oven temperature:
210 degrees Celsius
Instructions:
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Melt the butter in a casserole.
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Whip the eggs in to a mousse, than add the sugar, melted butter and your choice of flavor.
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Mix the flour and the baking powder in a bowl and mix it in the batter. Make sure the batter is smooth and not to compact. Add milk if it is to compact.
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Let the batter in the fridge for 1 hour.
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Preheat the oven at 210 degrees Celsius.
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Butter and flour the shell-shape baking form and fill the forms to 3/4
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Place the cakes in the middle of the oven, and when the cakes have a nice bump in the middle, lower the heat to 180 degrees Celsius. The baking time takes approximately 10 minutes in total. Take out the Madeleines when surface is golden brown.
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