Some subscribers often ask to bake egg whites. So I made a very good Financier for handling egg whites. Unlike similar Madeleine, Financi does not contain yolks. Almond flour, egg whites and hazelnut butter brownies are included. It’s chewy, crunchy and you can feel the taste of the butter. If you try it, you’ll be surprised at the buttery texture and taste. Frozen finance is also a delicacy, so make it and give it a try. I made the texture as tough as possible.
100 g unsalted butter
3 egg whites 100g
½ cup sugar 80g
1 tablespoon honey/turmeric starch 10g
A little salt 1g
2/3 cup almond flour 50 g
Half cup of soft flour 40g
1. Freeze within the day for crispiness. After freezing, defrost at room temperature for 10 minutes and serve crispy
2. Heat in an air fryer or oven at 180 degrees for 4 minutes. If you want a soft texture, store it at room temperature.
3. Store at room temperature up to 4 days. Keep frozen for up to 2 weeks
1. Butter will be better if you use fermented butter with good taste. Prepare the whites by leaving them at room temperature for 1 hour so they don’t get cold.
2. Substitute sugar if you don’t have honey or water. Soft flour can be replaced with gravity flour
1. You can also use a madeleine mold or a muffin pan. Madeleine mold 27g Bake cake, Bake 13 minutes 180 degrees. Muffin mold 35g, bake 190 degrees 16 minutes.
2. Refrigerate for up to one day only. The reason for using toilet paper is that the texture becomes tougher. Adding honey will make the moisture last longer.
3. It’s best to burn the butter until it’s light brown to dark brown. If you burn too much, it will have a bitter taste, so be careful when burning. Add burnt residue to the pot. If it is too black, it is better to filter it.
4. Add almond flour to make it crispy and chewy. If you don’t have one you can substitute with soft flour but the texture will be different. When cooked it is light brown, soft and moist. If you bake it to a dark brown color, it will be crispy on the outside and soft on the inside. Be careful as it will taste bitter if burned too black.
5. I need to measure the right butter temperature, but I don’t have a thermometer! If you don’t have a thermometer, dip your finger in the slightly cooled butter. Set it so that it feels slightly hotter than warm.