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Berry Jelly Mallow Macarons by Erika



25 piece(s)

Macaron Shells

  • 120 grams almonds
  • 200 grams raw sugar
  • 100 grams egg whites, aged
  • 30 grams caster sugar
  • 1/4 teaspoon Cream of tarter

Marshmallow Filling

  • 1 portion Vanilla bean marshmallow, from the Thermomix Favourites collection on the Recipe Platform

Berry Jelly

  • 30 grams sugar
  • 6 ice cubes
  • 250 grams Fresh strawberries
  • 20 grams powdered gelatine
  • 300 grams cold water

Recipe's preparation

    Macaron Shells
  1. 1.  Place almonds in bowl and mill 10 seconds / sp 10. set aside

    2.  Place sugar in bowl and mill 15 seconds/ sp 10.  

    3.  Add milled almonds to bowl.  Mix 10 seconds / sp 10. Set aside.  Clean and thoroughly dry mixing bowl.

    4.  Place egg whites and butterfly whisk in mixing bowl.  Insert butterfuly whisk.  4 minutes / sp 4.  After 1 minute, sprinkle caster sugar in through hole in lid.  If you wish to have coloured shells, add colouring through hole in lid in the last 30 seconds (I chose pink for this flavour).

    5.  Fold almond and sugar mixture through egg white mixture. 

    6.  Pipe onto prepared baking trays, approx 2.5cm circles.

    7.  Heat oven to 135 degrees.

    8.  Allow piped macarons to sit on bench for approx half hour.

    9.  Bake for 19 minutes.  

    10.  Allow shells to cool completely before filling.

  2. Berry Jelly
  3. 1. Place sugar in mixing bowl.  Mill for 3 seconds / sp 9.

    2.  Add ice and fruite to bowl.  Chop for 1 minute / sp 9.  Cook for 4 minutes / 100 degrees / sp1.

    3.  Add gelatine and mix 10 seconds / sp 5.

    4.  Add water and mix 10 seconds / sp 3.

    5.  Pour into lined baking dish, until approx 5mm high.  Pour the rest into extra moulds to eat separately tmrc_emoticons.)  Place in fridge to set for approximately 3 hours.

  4. Assembly
  5. Assemble the macarons as follows:

    Using a circle cookie cutter, approximately the same diameter as the macaron shells, cut out circles of the marshmallows and the jelly.

    Create a "macaron sandwich" by placing a circle of marshmallow, then a circle of the jelly onto macaron shell and placing a macaron shell on top.


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Be as creative as you like!  Try different fillings! Match the colour of the shell to the flavouring

Macarons freeze really well, and are actually best eaten the next day as this allows the flavour from the filling to infilitrate the shell.  

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