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How are macarons made ?

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The macaron: how is this jewel of French pastry made?

In order to enjoy the macaron exquisitely, there are a few things you need to do beforehand. First, make sure you are in a quiet place and make yourself comfortable. Then, understand the importance of the moment you are about to live, it is a unique taste experience. Now you are ready to welcome this piece of culinary goldsmithery called macaron. One question remains after tasting it: how is the macaroon made?

The recipe of the artisanal macaron

Let's agree from the outset: we are going to talk about the artisanal production of the macaroon, which is passionate and full of flavors selected with the greatest care.
The Fauchon house offers you a reading that will take you behind the scenes of the macaroon making process step by step.

First of all, you should know that our macarons are 100% made in France. We are committed to using fresh ingredients and made in France. Get ready to discover the secret of this delicacy.

Our seasoned pastry chefs use superior quality kitchen utensils to create their macarons. The main ingredients needed to make them are as follows
- Almond powder
- Powdered sugar
- Free-range eggs

There's no need to pile on the ingredients to create culinary perfection. This sums up the elegance of this pastry. However, its finesse lies in the complexity of its elaboration and its cooking, which must be followed with the utmost care. Making macaroons is not an easy task for anyone who wants to get started in this business. Trust our chefs who are experts in the field. Their know-how is reflected from the first bite.

The making of macarons made in Fauchon

Gifted with the technique of the greatest chefs, our pastry chefs exercise their passion to offer you the best macarons. Once you've learned the secrets of our chefs' preparation, you'll feel as if you're right there with them as they create our culinary marvel.

The making of the crunchy meringue

First, our pastry virtuoso mixes the almond powder with powdered sugar to form a subtle powder. At the same time, in a separate bowl, he beats his egg whites to a velvety consistency.

Our pastry chef adds his caster sugar to the mixture, then whips it until the sugar is completely integrated.
From then on, it's a question of dexterity and precision. He incorporates the first preparation into his whites, which have been previously beaten into snow, to finally create his pastry. The preparation is almost finished: it remains to form macarons in small diameters on a plate ready to be put in the oven.

Once out of the oven, the smooth meringues with their famous collar are ready to receive the ganache, the main element of the macaron. And here we are, sharing the well-kept secret of how Fauchon macarons are made.

The addition of the sweet ganache

The baked cookie is just waiting to be wrapped in its delicious ganache. To do this, our Mozart of pastry-making begins to decorate the bottom shell with the filling of his choice. All he has to do is carefully blend the liquid cream, butter and syrup if it is a fruity preparation (for example raspberry syrup for a raspberry macaroon). For a chocolate macaroon, the chef will select the purest cocoa and perform the same operation.

A selection of our best artisanal macarons

8, 12, 16 or 32 macarons. The recipe belongs to the pastry chef, but you are sovereign in your choice of the number of macarons purchased.

Choose the box of 32 macarons, 190 grams of vanilla, caramel, lemon, raspberry, pistachio, hazelnut, coffee, dark chocolate, milk chocolate, black currant-violet, vanilla-raspberry and rose.

This assortment has been carefully selected to give you a deliciously complete experience with gracefully vivid colors.

Once received, be sure to store your macarons between 0 and +4°C within a maximum of 5 days. Also remember to remove them from the refrigerator 30 minutes before serving.

Right now, discover the box of 12 macaroons specially designed for the lovers of good taste. It is composed of 3 raspberry and Espelette pepper macarons, 3 vanilla macarons, 2 pink macarons, 2 lemon macarons and 2 caramel macarons.

With autumn gradually setting in, we advise you to enjoy this melting heart between a few lichés of tea from our selection.

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