Crispy Matcha French Biscuits (Langue de Chat).
You can have Crispy Matcha French Biscuits (Langue de Chat) using 7 ingredients and 19 steps. Here is how you achieve that.
Ingredients of Crispy Matcha French Biscuits (Langue de Chat)
- It’s 50 grams of Butter.
- It’s 50 grams of Sugar.
- Prepare 50 grams of Egg white.
- You need 40 grams of ★Cake flour.
- It’s 10 grams of ★ Almond flour (or cake flour).
- Prepare 3 grams of ★ Matcha.
- It’s 1 of Your favorite ingredients like chocolate etc..
Crispy Matcha French Biscuits (Langue de Chat) instructions
- Sift together the ★ ingredients..
- Prepare a pastry bag with a 1 cm round metal nozzle. Preheat the oven to 180℃..
- Add butter to a bowl and soften in a microwave to the consistency of warm cream. Then mix in the sugar..
- Beat well until it's soft and white..
- Add egg white and continue to beat..
- Until it looks like this..
- Use a rubber spatula to fold in the dry ingredients you prepared in Step 1..
- The dough is ready now. Word of caution: if you use almond flour, the dough won't smooth out completely. Please don't over-beat..
- Place the dough in the pastry bag. It'll be easier to pipe if you only put in about a cup's worth in at a time..
- Pip into your favorite shapes. This time I did ovals and circles. Try not to form air bubbles and distribute the dough evenly..
- For anyone who wants to make a heart shape Pipe from the outside inwards making the same size on each side..
- Here is a very important point! Bake for 5 minutes at 180℃, then lower the temp to 150℃ for an additional 5 minutes. Don't shorten the 150℃ baking time..
- These baked to a nice color..
- These are delicious as is, but I recommend sandwiching chocolate between two cookies Since they have a matcha taste, try white or matcha-flavored chocolate..
- They're finished*. I drizzled chocolate in diagonal lines using a spoon. If you want to decorate all the cookies like this, use a pastry bag with a small cut at the tip so they all turn out beautifully..
- These smell great and are great gift Store in a jar, etc..
- I received a drying agent when I bought sweets from the market. I place the drying agent in a jar to make a "dehydration bottle." It's very convenient for storing cookies!.
- These were made by "Kaho," who used almond flour and cake flour. They turned out crispy..
- I made a four-leaf clover. This is really cute..