The mint on the balcony has to be pruned once a month. Holding a large mint branch is really reluctant to throw away a portion of the dried, and there is still a pile of newly bought fermented butter, which is simply used to make Mad. Lynn forgets ~ ~ not as cool as I imagined ~ there is a hint of mint flavor ~ menthol is about to evaporate when roasting hahaha! ! But it still looks very fresh! ! Become the best spring together with lemon flavor! ! (The eggs I made on the pictures are too small, so that the proportion is out of balance, which makes the nipple a little bit obvious. Hahahaha give me some time! Wait a month, I will do it again!!)
The butter is boiled and melted, and it is a little bit of coking. The brown butter has a great flavor, but it uses mint, so I didn't cook too much.
The lemon peel is cut out with a small planer. Be careful not to cut the white part. If there is no fine planing, it is best to smash it and put it in the sugar. (It's better to cut directly into the sugar, don't lose the taste~) 50 pieces of mint are chopped and thrown into the sugar~ Put it for 30 minutes.
Beat the eggs into the mixing bowl, stir with a whisk, add lemon mint sugar, stir until melted
Mix the low-gluten flour and the baking powder into the egg paste and mix well with the egg. Do not over-mix.
Pour the melted butter that has been warmed back, stir with a spatula until the batter is shiny, and feel the batter is thin (this is obviously too thick in the picture) and then refrigerate in the refrigerator for one hour.
Do Madeleine must remember: anti-stick treatment must forget to do you can die ~ even if you use silicone, you can not forget! ! Evenly sweep some butter on the mold, then sieve some flour on top, and then gently pour a few times to remove excess flour.
Take the batter from the refrigerator and return it to the temperature for 15~30 minutes. Mainly for the convenience of operation, I put a mint leaf on the bottom of the mold before putting the batter, and then put the batter, it is too troublesome to put the batter. 9 points full, because I use a mini mold, it will be too small to put eight points full, it is more appropriate to put eight points with a large mold.
The oven is preheated to 160 degrees Celsius.
Gently remove the air bubbles from the mold and bake in the oven at 160 ° C for 13 to 16 minutes (if using a large mold, the recommended time is increased to more than 20 minutes)
If you do a good anti-adhesive treatment, it will be able to slip down after a few touches of the erecting.
I use a silicone mold, and it is true that the silicone mold is really not colored. Because I put a mint leaf underneath, so I am afraid that if it is over-colored, the mint will be burnt off~