Tuesday, December 7, 2010

Translucent Maple Tuiles



This week’s Tuesdays with Dorie recipe was selected by Hindy of Bubie’s Little Baker. She chose Translucent Maple Tuiles which are a thin, lacy cookie. (Pronounced “twill” according to her blog.) You can get the entire recipe on Hindy’s blog. The dough for these is very simple and you can make it ahead and just bake as needed.


If you have ever made these or Almond Lace cookies, you know you have to be as quick as a bunny when rolling them.


I use a pie pin to shape them , but you could use a cream horn or roll them into cigarette shapes. Then dip the end in chocolate. Be careful because they are very fragile. And too much flour will turn them into fortune cookies instead.



These "cookies" are something I tend not to make that often. Maybe once in a Blue Moon, just because they can be tricky if you do not keep a eye on them. And they are so thin, their like chips.....You can't stop eating them!

We give these 4 glasses of milk,

for utter goodness!

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