The original party is from Tokyo Madeleine and ordinary Madeleine. Tokyo Madeleine is baked out. It is crispy and the inside is very soft. The three colors are very beautiful. Just like the traffic lights, it is named after the crunchy traffic lights. I can't edit it anymore.
Apply a thin layer of butter to the mold (not counting it), put it in the refrigerator for free (I use the non-stick mold, so there is no oil)
The butter melts into a liquid
Beat the eggs (do not send them), add the powdered sugar, stir well
Add sifted low-gluten flour and baking powder and mix well
Add melted butter and mix well until smooth
Divide the dough into three portions, one for cocoa powder, one for tea powder, one for equal amount of low-gluten flour
Cover with plastic wrap and put it in the refrigerator for one hour
Remove the mold and sprinkle the flour
The dough is placed in three flower bags, three colors are squeezed separately. Pay attention to the eight-point full, because it will swell when grilled (as shown). When you squeeze, preheat the oven, 150 degrees.
Put the baking tray into the middle layer, 150 degrees for about 10 minutes, pay attention to observe the color change. Once the bottom has a color darkening trend, immediately take it out, otherwise the bottom surface will not be so good.
After baking, it is soft to eat. After it is cool, it will become brittle outside. It is still soft inside. Don't have a flavor.
1, the egg is about 55g2, pay attention to the whole process is put into the refrigerator [refrigeration room], not the freezer compartment 3, not the anti-stick mold, please be sure to wipe the butter and sprinkle the flour 4, the amount is very large, can do about 50 small Madeleine