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Lemony Madeleines

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Bite-sized and irresistible, these lemony Madeleines are a classic, spongy, and unmistakably French.

Source: Martha Stewart Baby, Fall
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Madeleines are best the day they are made.

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  • mahalachurch
    11 MAR, 2011
    Thank you.
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  • choocook
    8 MAR, 2011
    You can get the pan from Williams Sonoma.
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  • mahalachurch
    8 MAR, 2011
    I canit find a Madeline baking pan.
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  • MS11205192
    5 SEP, 2010
    These are just wonderful! I love to let them cook a few extra minutes so that the edges get the golden, crunchy, crust of butter. I have not met a single person that does not LOVE these when I make them!
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  • JaneRW
    25 APR, 2010
    If in the Bay Area or Seattle, go to "Daiso", the Japanese dollar store. This is a chain store with madeleine pans (6-per) for $1.50 each. http://www.daiso-sangyo.co.jp/english/storeinfo/usa.html for locations. I shopped there...and then forgot to pick some up before I left!
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  • JaneRW
    25 APR, 2010
    If in the Bay Area or Seattle, go to "Daiso", the Japanese dollar store. This is a chain store with madeleine pans (6-per) for $1.50 each. http://www.daiso-sangyo.co.jp/english/storeinfo/usa.html for locations. I shopped there...and then forgot to pick some up before I left!
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  • JaneRW
    25 APR, 2010
    If in the Bay Area or Seattle, go to "Daiso", the Japanese dollar store. This is a chain store with madeleine pans (6-per) for $1.50 each. http://www.daiso-sangyo.co.jp/english/storeinfo/usa.html for locations. I shopped there...and then forgot to pick some up before I left!
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  • SarahWaltrip
    22 JAN, 2010
    These were easy to make and the flavor was good, not great. I've made madeleines before that were much lighter than these. I found them a bit more dense that I expected. Overall I'll keep looking for the perfect madeleine recipe.
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  • MS11826012
    20 JAN, 2010
    Look online for madeleine pans at Williams-Sonoma, Sur La Table or Fantes for traditional pans or scallop shaped pans. Also do a Google search for madeleine pans, madeleine tins or madeleine shell pans or even shell pans for other resources.
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  • gaddy27
    20 JAN, 2010
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