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Old 12-04-2006, 02:33 PM   #21
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boufa, you could try online for a madeleine pan. LOL, imagine hubby's face when THAT was delivered. Mine would likely just roll his eyes. My addiction to all things kitchen is well known.
Alix, I dare not risk it!! The problem with DH is that he loves eating all those tempting desserts I make (I had to make him go on diet once in a while!) but he forgets that in order to have a wide selection of such goodies, you need different type of pans. His strictness could stem from the fact that I inherited a large number of cooking utensils and baking pans when we sold our restaurant business. All said and done, a little sweetening is necessary every now and then
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Old 12-04-2006, 02:38 PM   #22
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LOL!!! Boufa, I completely understand! There are certain times for these things. They require adequate prep work.
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If I don't have the special pan, would I be able to subsitute just a regular muffin pan?
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If I don't have the special pan, would I be able to subsitute just a regular muffin pan?
Just come borrow mine ~emz~. If you are going to use regular muffin tins and only fill them a little bit.
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Just come borrow mine ~emz~. If you are going to use regular muffin tins and only fill them a little bit.
be sure to butter whatever you use REALLY well. Madeleines stick like the devil! I have non-stick Madeleine pans, and I still have to brush them carefully with the melted butter to have them slip out.
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Old 04-17-2009, 11:17 AM   #26
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June, do you brush and flour or just the butter?
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can't remember. haven't made them in a while because I always eat too many......
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Old 04-17-2009, 12:36 PM   #28
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LMAO! ME TOO! They are so addictive and if you have a cup of Earl Grey going...well you know what I'm saying!

I usually butter and flour the molds so I was just wondering if I could be lazy next time!
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Do you have the non-stick pans?
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Nope.
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