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Lemon-glazed madeleines

I will be forever grateful to David Lebowitz for his suggestion to eat lemon-glazed madeleines from a bakery called ble sucré in Paris.   I’ve always liked madeleines but these glazed ones from ble sucré are incredible.  Sometimes I just find myself thinking about those madeleines.  So I went searching through David’s blog and I found a recipe for glazed madeleines.  I’ve made madeleines twice before and I wasn’t too impressed with the turnout.   Thus, I didn’t want to get my hopes up too high.  I followed David’s recipe except for one minor change, which was glazing the madeleines twice instead of only once.  I was trying to achieve the same thick coat of glaze that can be found on the madeleines at ble sucré.  The madeleines tasted great on their own but the lemon glaze is a nice addition.  While they don’t taste exactly like the ones from Paris, they are about as close as I can get.

Lemon-glazed madeleines


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