Thursday, January 29, 2009

Daring Bakers Challenge Tuiles


When I read this month's challenge I relaxed..... too much: I thought it was due on the 30th but this morning I realized the final date was today !!
The recipe in itself it's an easy recipe my problem was understanding how thin the dough should have been and in the beginning I went too thick.
I'm sure I'll try it again I want to try the salted one too and most of all I wuold like to make fortune cookies too !!!
The fruit part is a spiced apple butter I made with cinnamon and cloves.


This month's challenge is brought to us by Karen of Bake My Day and Zorra of 1x umruehren bitte aka Kochtopf. They have chosen Tuiles from The Chocolate Book by Angélique Schmeink and Nougatine and Chocolate Tuiles from Michel Roux.

22 comments:

lilmizlynn said...

Yup, this recipe is an easy one! Your tuiles look very cute! :) I forgot the due date and am making them right now and i'll be posting it soon...

Rosa's Yummy Yums said...

What dainty tuiles! Very well done!

Cheers,

Rosa

Kimberly Johnson said...

Beautiful job on the tuiles! Love the butterflies!

Cathy said...

Your tuiles are gorgeous, Natalia! You did a great job. You Daring Bakers are my baking heros.

vibi said...

Beautiful, Natalia!
I especially like the look of the dessert in which a rolled tiles is centered in!
Very well done!

P.s.: Don't make fortune cookies with that recipe (way to hard) try the recipe I have on my blog, especially for home made fortune cookies and a lot easier to make the folding with!
http://lacasserolecarree.blogspot.com/2009/01/fortune-cookies-biscuits-chinois.html

The Blonde Duck said...

Those would be so yummy with the apple butter!

shellyfish said...

Beautiful job, Natalia! I love them. I much prefer weekend posting dates, makes it easier! Making fortune cookies - what an idea! :)

Cakelaw said...

Lovely Natalia! I adore apple butter - someone sent me some in Blogging by Mail, and it was fabulous.

pinkstripes said...

I love your butterflies. I didn't even try any complicated shapes.

Lucy said...

Ciao Natalia, I love your butterflies and absolutely love the thinness of them.... great job!!

Clumbsy Cookie said...

Glad you made them in time! They're very cute!

TeaLady said...

with spiced apple butter. Yummy!

Ivy said...

So many interesting variations from the Daring Bakers this month but yours look so crispy, transparent and beautifully presented. Great job.

Sara said...

i think these do take some practice. apple butter would be so good!

Gloria said...

I love these butterflies look awesome!! really!!!Gloria

Baking Soda said...

I like the one in the glass in the background! Pretty pretty!

Aparna said...

Those butterflies look really cute, despite your making them at the last minute.
Spiced apple butter sounds good.

zorra said...

Well done, wonderful butterflies!

linda said...

Good thing you could find the time to make them on the final day! Your butterflies look very cute!

madcapcupcake said...

Your tuiles look so delicate and pretty.

cgafford said...

The butterflies are beautiful! Great job!

Diana said...

I made mine on the due date too! Your tuiles look really good. I love the idea of pairing them with apple butter. I have a few jars of it in my cupboard, looks like I'll have to bust one out!