12/1/10

christmas macarons...




10 comments:

zmm said...

This looks so lovely. Will you be sharing the recipe?

I'm actually on the hunt for good macaron recipes because I'd not been very successful making them. :(

Thip said...

zmm, check out the recipes in French macaron category. I have both methods posted already. :)

LimeCake said...

your macarons are incredibly pretty! very festive!

magpie said...

Thip these macarons are beautiful. I am really excited today because I found feet! I used the method you taught us at class but I used Helene of Tartlette's coffee chicory macaron recipe. I really enjoyed your class. Do let us know if you plan other classes in the future!

Kacey said...

Hi Thip, I cant seem to find the recipe for the Christmas macaroons- they look fantastic and I really want to make them but am having trouble doing the colours. Where is the method/recipe posted please?

Thip said...

Here's the recipe, kacey
http://www.namthip.com/search/label/French%20macaroon

You need 2 batches at the same time, red and green. Pipe the green first, and follow with the red--use toothpick to make pattern.

Anonymous said...

Hi Thip,

Do you have a recipe for the actual Christmas macarons that you posted photos of? For the flavours and colours? There are many recipes on the link you posted previously, but I'm not sure which one to use for the Christmas macarons to get the right flavour and colour..

Thip said...

here's the link for this christmas macaron http://www.namthip.com/2010/04/cassis-macarons.html

The shell is pistachio, the filling is raspberry ganache.

Raspberry ganache:
- 50 g heavy cream
- 12 raspberry paste
- 75 g white chocolate

Bindia said...

ur macarons are outstanding!! thanks a lots for ur recipes. for the first time i am also planning to make this little guys. pls tell me what id this aged egg whites?
thanks,Bindia.

Thip said...

Bindia,

I use aged egg whites for French meringue method, but I use the fresh ones for Italian meringue method.

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