When baking, it is inevitable that some egg yolk or protein will remain. Yesterday, I made egg yolk cake, and I left a few eggs. I simply made the egg into an almond tile! Tiles are simple, but it takes time. All almond slices should be spread as far as possible until the almond slices do not overlap to be crispy and delicious. My formula is low in sugar, not sweet, don't fry sugar anymore~
Stir the protein and sugar powder evenly. Don't stir up the bubbles. Just stir it a little.
Add the melted butter and stir. Then add the sieved low powder. Stir with a spatula and press until there is no powder.
Add the almond slices and mix well. In fact, the batter is only a bonding effect. The main thing to eat is the almond slices. So the proportion of almond slices is very high.
The oven is preheated to 170 degrees. Spread the almond slices batter on the baking sheet. Try to make sure that each piece of almonds does not overlap. This is the most annoying part of the whole almond tile. It takes a lot of time. However, if the almond slices overlap, the tiles are not crisp. The oven temperature is stable and baked at 170 degrees for 10 minutes. If you are not thin enough, the time will be lengthened. Mainly to see the edge of the tile can be discolored.
Can also flatten a large piece of almond batter
Then use a scraper to separate a grid. Go in and bake again.
This is the same size that is baked!