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This video helped sooooo much, before using these tips my macarons would turn out terrible and now they turn out way better. They still could be better, but at least now I can make them into a macarons. Btw I'm only 14 so if I was an adult they probably would have turned out way better
OMG!! I just attempted this and it turned out decent ?!? It’s my first time and I don’t even bake that much but it turned out good!!
Had a change of ingredients because I couldnt find it, like i used almond meal , salted butter, and milk instead of almond flour, unsalted butter and heavy cream but it’s still pretty decent! I lost the pink colour even tho i used gel because of my oven, but great either way!
My mom and I noticed that our macaroons were more like spongy although we dropped the pan. Plus, they don't have feet. Even if we were to make the air is out, they still look strange. Is there any solution to this problem?
Hi Tasty, My name is Leah and I am 13 years old and i'm from Australia. Your videos have inspired me to cook and bake so many things my favourite producers are Rie, Niki and Alix but I think Adam is pretty cool for finding all the different new foods for eating your feed. Today I attempted my first macarons with this recipe and they look ok so far. I just wanted to say thank you for inspiring me and I hope that you can see this!!
yours truly, Leah
Ok I swear that the cooking gods did not want me to make the macaroons so
Firstly my mixer completely broke down and smoke started coming out like crazy and it smelt horrible and I thought I was gonna burn the house down and I had to literally hand mix the egg whites which took years.
Secondly the bowl that I was using to combine the wet and dry ingredients tipped over a bit and nocked down a very special plate that was my mums and dads then it broke completely.
Thirdly I cut my finger when I was trying to clean up the broken plate.
P.s this is actually real it happened like 10 minutes ago
Oh and also from the start of making the macaroons and to the part where a start putting the mixture onto the tray took me about 2 and 30 minutes and I’m 11 and tried to make them without my parents helping me😕
This is my 2nd attempt and it's not turning out right. Somehow, when I start squeezing the batter onto the parchment paper, the the batter starts to run out of the circle template. Please tell me what I'm doing wrong. Thank you!
So I go to this school ( not telling you were I go ) and we do this thing every month ( not telling you what it is ) and the first part we do 2 clubs and my 2nd club is cooking club and for Xmas the club leaders bought store bought cookies and store bought icing pens, But we made homemade Vanilla butter cream.
I have been trying so many recipes French macaroons, but I had unhappy results and went straight to my trash. After I watched your recipe with so helpful foot notes. I did it perfectly just like yours. I was elated and took pictures to show my friends and let them tried. Thank you very much!
Ps: Could I use 1 cup of power sugar instead of 1 3/4? I refer a little less sweeter than your recipe. Is it affect to the result of macaroons?
So my sister and I tried this the other day. Look wise they turned out all right. The taste, on the other hand, was a whole different story. The first batch we made were entirely too salty. The second batch we decided to not add any salt (as was recommend in the comments.) However that batch came out entirely too sweet. ( And that is coming from someone who loves sweets) So, to any one who is planning on doing this recipe the only thing I could recommend is to start of with 1/2 tsp of salt and work your way from there. You can add more or less salt depending on your preference. Believe me, despite the video stating this is a fool-proof method, it's still gonna take a bit of experimenting on your part before you are even able to get the desired result. Just make sure you have A LOT of time to make them.
So I'm following the instructions exactly, and for some reason, my sugar/egg white mixture isn't turning into that creamy texture with stiff peaks no matter how long I beat it. Anyone know what happened?