Monday, May 26, 2014

337/984 - Coconut tuile biscuits

These little pringle-like biscuits are actually quite a lot of fun to make. 

I added them to last week's dinner party dessert course, always looking for some kind of crunch or texture to put on the plate. Baked in the oven for only eight minutes, they are cooled slightly and then laid over a rolling pin so that they resemble a little old fashioned roof tile (tuile in French). 

The first batch I made were delicious and slightly chewy, but I preferred the second batch even more, which I suspect were a little closer to how they were supposed to turn out; crunchy and crispy and leaving guests with their hand in the tin seeking a second and third helping!

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