“Tuiles” (pronounced “too-weals”) are a thin, crispy cookie. Ours turned out chewy, which means we did something wrong, so let us know how yours turned out!
We cannot post the actual recipe for this one, but the ingredients are below:
Granulated sugar (we used coconut sugar, again)
Sliced, blanched almonds (these can be found in the baking aisle of the grocery store. You do NOT have to slice or blanch your own almonds.)
Preheat your oven to 324 F or 160 C
You will cook your cookies for 15-18 minutes
Our special utensils today! A food scale, a rolling pin (ours is sillicone) and a batter scoop.
Our tuiles did not impress us. They were chewy and salty, which they were not supposed to be, so, for now, we won’t be revisiting this recipe. If you managed to get a different result, let us know what you tried and we might come back and have a Brown Butter Almond Tuiles Part 2! Thanks for listening!