Sunday, November 3, 2013

Special Macaroons

I can say that of all my macaroons recipe this is the best, because this is special :-).

Ingredients for 18 -20 pieces macaroons:
100 grams dessicated coconut
1 tablespoon butter or margarine
1 egg beaten
3/4 cup condensed milk


20 pieces macaroons paper cups

Procedure:
1. Preheat the over at 180 degrees C, for 10 minutes.
2. Combine all the ingredients and mix well, then spoon a portion into a macaroons paper cup up to 3/4 full.
3. Bake at 180 degrees C for 25 minutes or until done.
4. Once done, remove from the oven, let cool before serving.



You can keep it in a jar and store in a cool place to much on anytime you want it.

25 comments:

  1. Wow. Thank You for posting this recipe, this is one of my favorite delicacies. :) yumyum. I'm craving for it.!

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    1. You are welcome, thanks for dropping by.

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  2. cs. Mely hopefully po next time you will post the recipe for sweetened garbanzos.. Thank you po. :)

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  3. Wow thank you for sharing. It looks easy enough to make.

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  4. Wow thank you for sharing. It looks easy enough to make.

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    1. Chariton v. JosonMay 16, 2017 at 8:22 PM

      When you put the Temps for baking, plus add the F Temps to, cut am in u.s. And we use Fahrenheit Temps, thank you posted.

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  5. Wow thank you for sharing. It looks easy enough to make.

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  6. You are welcome and thanks for dropping by.

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  7. It would be nice if u posted the recipe measurements in both Metric and English so some of us can have a more accurate amount when making these recipes. 100 grams equivalence to ounces which is 3.527 will not make 20 macaroons like your recipe says.

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  8. Have you tried this recipe? Because I made 18 pieces from this recipe using a regular macaroons cups. If you will use a muffin size cups, yes you can not make 18-20 macaroons.

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  9. Hi Ms. Mely!thank you for sharing this recipe. I have tried it the other day and the outcome was perfect. It's the best coconut macaroons ive ever tasted. I used 250grams coconut and just double the measures of the other ingredients. Keep posting.. good luck! Reese

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  10. Hi Ms. Mely!thank you for sharing this recipe. I have tried it the other day and the outcome was perfect. It's the best coconut macaroons ive ever tasted. I used 250grams coconut and just double the measures of the other ingredients. Keep posting.. good luck! Reese

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  11. congrats for a very good result, thanks for this feedback, God bless.

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  12. I wonder how many calories these little babies have in each.

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  13. Hi Mely..paano kung gagawa ako ng 50pcs?ano po ang sukat noon? Salamat po

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  14. Sundan nyo lang po ang measurement na andito, gawin mo pong times 3.

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  15. pano po pag walang oven? wla po bang alternative way? :)

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  16. How many grams is 3/4 cups of condensed milk

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  17. @ anonymous, pasensya na wala po akong alam pa na pwedeng paglutuan ng macaroons kung walang oven, subukan ko pong mag experiment , i will let you know.

    @ anonymous 185 grams

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  18. Thanks for the info, i try to make it ,the result is good but its too sweet for me, any substitue for condensed milk or any suggestions pls. Thanks again.

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  19. Thanks for the info, i try to make it ,the result is good but its too sweet for me, any substitue for condensed milk or any suggestions pls. Thanks again.

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  20. Thanks for the info, i try to make it ,the result is good but its too sweet for me, any substitue for condensed milk or any suggestions pls. Thanks again.

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  21. Thanks for the info, i try to make it ,the result is good but its too sweet for me, any substitue for condensed milk or any suggestions pls. Thanks again.

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  22. Mam panu po gumawa ng dessicated coconut?

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  23. San po makakabili ng dessicated coconut?

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