Orange Dacquoise Cookies


Orange Dacquoise Cookies

Orange Dacquoise Cookies
Orange Dacquoise Cookies

"Orange dacquoise cookies, halfway between a macaron and a meringue with a nod towards a soft sponge, are the most fabulous way of using leftover egg whites. Dacquoise is a cheffy-sounding type of pastry made by folding almond or hazelnut powder into perfectly beaten meringue. It is a meringue which changed its mind at the last moment and decided to be a sponge. The texture sits between a classic French macaron, really chewy meringue and airy, nutty sponge. It can be fashioned into cookies or baked as one large cake base, stacked and layered with frosting into a surreally divine torte."

Makes2 dozen

Preparation Time35 min

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