Friday, 30 August 2013

Two Tone Macarons with lemon curd filling

 
I know I know you all will be saying she is back with her Macarons.
Truth to be said, I haven't made Macarons in 2013 , last time I made the were for the Christmas Eve party here we had at home in 2012 :-)
And then Ananda came for a weekend in August and she wanted to see how they are made and from that time onwards I am hooked back making them .
Now in the last week I made them twice.
So prepare to see more macarons here ofcourse with totally different filling. I am even planning to make savoury ones.
Ok this is the 14 th Macaron post in my blog. So if you want to try Macaron and if you haven't you can choose from a verity here there is Macaons with Cacao Butter , Macaron with Heering Cherry Ligueur, Macarons with White Chocolate rose filling , and it goes one and one.


This time I wanted to do something different, i wanted to have two colors, so what i did is.
As always I sticke to my tried and tested recipe from Ottelenghi which has been working for me all these time.
To get the two tone look, I take the second color I want with the tip of a small teaspoon and swrill to the macaron mix, just before I pour the miwture into my pipping bag.
I filled the baked macarons with Lemon Curd which was shop bought.
 

11 comments:

Anjali Koli said...

Beautiful love that translucent lemon curd peeking out.

Angie Schneider said...

So artistically beautiful!

Hasna Hamza Layin said...

beautiful colors and i know that baking can b addictive :)

Priya Suresh said...

Seriously i want succeed making macarons like u, Finla seriously i need a mac class from u..Fantastic!

Ivy said...

You are becoming such a Macaron expert Finla. They look beautiful and undoubtedly delicious!

GlutenFreeHappyTummy said...

So pretty!!!

Gloria Baker said...

these look absolutely beaitiful, really beautiful!!Finla you make lovely macarons!!

Cakelaw said...

These are beautiful Finla -just like marble.

Vineetha said...

Next time when u come to London pls bring some macarons for me...I am too lazy to go through all that waiting and whisking to make myself. Did try once for the sake of it,that's it :) u r a pro at it :)

Asha Shivakumar said...

Look at those beauties, it looks like a painting.

sra said...

Nice choice of colours!