Oh my! I am so excited to share this recipe as it is absolutely divine. So easy and delicious to eat that you can't make enough as it disappears in seconds. It is perfect as a snack or for afternoon tea but heck, you can have it anytime of the day.
This is one of the many recipes learnt at my baking course. I have since made it twice on my own and it is absolutely lovely.
In French, “tuile” means “tile,” and it is a reference to the shape of the classic tuile, which is typically allowed to bake and then molded while it is still warm and pliable. I just lift it up and it just curls enough for a slight curled shape.
Even as I am writing this, I am munching down these lovely Almond Tuiles.
Simple Ingredients :
1. 160gm Egg White (6-8 eggs depending on size)
2. 80gm Sugar ( I have reduced it by half as I prefer less sugar in my baking)
3. 80gm All Purpose Flour
4. 1/2 stick or 40gm Salted Butter (melted)
5. 120gm Almond Flakes / Pumpkin Seeds / Sunflower Seeds
Simple Steps :
1. Use a hand whisk, gently whisk egg whites and then add suagr. Whisk for 1 minutes until sugar dissolves.
2. Add all the flour and mix for another minute. Fold in the melted butter. Whisk until smooth.
3. All the almond flakes. You can also add pumpkin seeds or sunflower seeds of your choice.
4. Take one spoonful of the mix and spread it thinly on a well-greased tray. I have a silicone baking mats and trust me it is worth the investment to get these mats for baking. You don't need to grease your pans for baking anymore.
5. Bake at 350'F for a few minutes and remove when golden brown. Use a fork to lift up the tuile and let it cool down on a separate tray. Continue and finish up the whole batter.