Cactus macarons. I am willing to bet that someone in the desert woke up one day and decided that he or she was going to create a cactus macaron. Watch how they lay out unicorn, cactus and pineapple macarons at Bisous Bisous Patisserie in Dallas. The cactus is a symbol of protection in the desert.
Need your cactus macarons for an. Ayako Kurokawa is a pastry chef and sculptor in New York City. Now Cactus Macarons for Christmas trees, that's something you don't see everyday. You can have Cactus macarons using 11 ingredients and 8 steps. Here is how you cook that.
Ingredients of Cactus macarons
- It’s 120 g of almond powder.
- Prepare 200 g of icing sugar.
- You need 100 g of egg white.
- It’s 30 g of caster sugar.
- It’s 1/8 tsp of cream of tartar.
- You need 15 g of green tea powder.
- You need of green food coloring.
- You need of For the pot.
- It’s 100 g of crushed butter cookie.
- Prepare 2 tbsp of butter.
- It’s 60 g of crushed Oreo cookie (soil).
So much so that I couldn't even find a template online to make the macaron shape. Which means I had to create my own. It feels like it's been so long since I've done one of these! We've been working like crazy on our apartment (mainly the kitchen).
Cactus macarons instructions
- Make meringue by beating egg white and cream of tartar, add caster sugar in small portion until stiff peak has formed.
- Sieve almond powder and icing sugar then add into the meringue.
- Add green tea powder, green food coloring.
- Fold the dry ingredient into the meringue slowly until observe lava-like paste.
- Pipe the mixture into cactus shaped on parchment paper. Let it dry for at least 30 min or until skin has formed.
- Bake at 140C for 15 minute.
- For the pot base, mix crushed cookie with butter. Put in the mold and bake at 150C for 10 min.
- Add crushed Oreo cookie into butter cookie pot. Then decorate with cactus macaron.
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