Saturday, December 29, 2012

Pandan Madeleine (班兰玛德琳)


I just learned how to make concentrated pandan paste from Sonia blog. Great to have this type of natural and fragrant homemade pandan paste.  I using this first homemade pandan paste for my madeleine instead of chiffon cake (just baked chiffon recently).

I saw many bloggers used green tea or matcha powder to bake their green colour madeleine but in Malaysia we are blessed with lot of pandan leaves. So why don't we use them wisely in our baking or cooking?









This is how my pandan paste look likes (after 3 days in fridge and discarded the upper layer)


 This madeleine mould is good for beginner like me only cost RM5 at Daiso.






Pandan Madeleine 
(recipe source : quickies on the dinner table  with minor charges)

Made : 15-16 pcs

Ingredient :
  1. 2 Eggs at room temperature
  2. 75 g sugar     
  3. 1 tsp pandan paste     }
  4. 1 tsp pandan essence }  (I used 4 tsp homemade pandan paste)
  5. A fat pinch salt
  6. 75 g cake flour (plain or all purpose flour will do but expect a denser texture)
  7. 3 g baking powder
  8. 75 g butter, melted and cooled

Method :
  1. Preheat oven at 180c.
  2. Melt butter in a pot over low heat, set aside.
  3. Sift in cake flour and baking powder, stir well.
  4. Combine eggs and sugar using hand whisk  (Don't overbeat the eggs)
  5. Add in the pandan paste.
  6. Sift flour over egg mixture, a third at a time, gently folding after each addition.
  7. Pour in melted butter around edge of batter. Quickly but gently fold butter into batter. Cover batter and set aside for 1 hour or overnight in fridge.
  8. Lightly brush butter inside madeleine mould, dust the mould with the flour and tap out the excess.
  9. Spoon batter into moulds with a teaspoon (Fill batter 90% full).
  10. Bake at 16-18 mins or till golden brown. 
A BLESSING NEW YEAR 2013 TO ALL OF YOU!


3 comments:

  1. Very beautifully baked your madeleines. My first time came across pandan madeleines, bet it must be yummy full of pandan flavours!

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  2. oh, great idea to use homemade pandan paste in madelines, so local and cheap..And your madeleines look so perfect and nice..Thanks for the mentioned. Hope you will have a wonderful New Year 2013 ahead.

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  3. Esther,
    That is such a lovely pandan madeleines.
    Love the green colour too. You are right, in Malaysia we are blessed with lots of pandan leaves. Why no make use of it?? :D

    Have a blessed Happy New Year to you and yours!!
    mui

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