Thursday, 3 November 2011

Cherry Macaron With Heering Cherry Liqueur


I know What you all are thinking, she is back again with her Macarons.
The truth is I can keep off making them if I don't make them for a while but then I start to make them I am like crazy, I want to try with some other flavour soon. So this is something I made after a week of making this one.
Ok I have to agree It was a expiriment, I wanted to have something boosey and fruity.
So as I had fry cherries and in our booze shelf we had Heering Cherry Liqueur i thought why not try a new taste.
But have to admit I used dark chocolate so the taste of the pieces of dry cherries and the Liqueur were dimmed by the dark chocolate ( lesson learned next time i will used white or milk chocolate)
never the less it was finished in my place.

As always I stick to my Ottolenghi recipe , you can see the step by step pictures there too.
And for the filling, I chopped few dry cherries and  melted some dark chocolate with little cream and mixed with the Cherry liqueur.
And wallah these Macarons were born :-)


23 comments:

Gloria said...

These look perfect and amazing dear Happy cook! gloria

Prathibha said...

u r definitely a macaroon queen..they came out so perfect

RAKS KITCHEN said...

Looks very very tempting and perfectly done Macaroon queen ;)

Sharmilee! :) said...

Wow looks so inviting...

Kadhyaa said...

that looks divine...

Priya said...

U rock with ur macarons, am scared to try them, fabulous work F..

Cakelaw said...

These look absolutely fabulous Finla - you have macaron making down pat.

Marian said...

They look beautiful! So much better than the ones I made yesterday :-)

Spandana said...

They look perfect..
I always wanted to try them, but somehow fear that i may fail. :-)
Lovely Pics!!

Simply Spices said...

looks like they came out very well!

Bindu said...

They look fabulous and very very tempting.. drool drool

Cham said...

Seriously, i guess u are addicted to macaron :)
U can open a business just macarons!
This one sure an adult version, probably a great gift for holidays!

Rinku Naveen said...

Oh Finla..you are tempting me to try making macarons. Have been wanting to but just not sure if it will be successful.Those lovely macarons looks so perfect!

San said...

Those are gorgeous macarons finla. I cannot eat them just because it is so adorable n also i will keep looking at it :)

Nalini's Kitchen said...

Macaroons are so perfect,first time here following you dear.Please do drop at my space.
Cheers
Nalini

sra said...

There you go again! Lovely colours as usual!

Angie's Recipes said...

Really pretty with perfect feet! I love the colour.

The Café Sucré Farine said...

These are gorgeous and sound quite delicious as well! I love your pictures, so pretty!

The Café Sucré Farine said...

OH, and I almost forgot - I am a Ottolenghi fan also, just discovered his cafes and cookbook this fall while in London. I have been cooking all kinds of things from his PLENTY book - love it!

sophiesfoodiefiles said...

I think you are very clever in your macaron making! They always look incredibly arty & a work from a genius in macaron making!

MMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMM,...!:)

Helene said...

You are so talented, these are perfect.

DV said...

All the varieties of macarons are soo perfect!! Looks so professional :)
TastyVegCooking

Jo said...

They look phenomenal. Would love for you to share this with us over at foodepix.com.