Host of “Inspector X” on the New channel, cook Julia Pankova shared his cookie recipe of pasta. She explained that macarons and macaron is actually two different dessert. Pasta is the symbol of France, but this small colored cookies-meringue stuck all over the world. They love to eat, both adults and children.
“Many believe that this dessert is very difficult to cook. In fact, nothing complicated! The main thing – to have a good mood and free 40 minutes. In some parts of France, pasta is called “Christmas dessert.” Therefore, I recommend you to cook it for New year or Christmas. It is easy and delicious!” Julia Pankova
Pasta, photo: press-service of the New channel
Ingredients: 3 protein 1 pinch of salt 125 g almond flour 125 g sugar
Method of preparation:
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The oven should be heated up to 180 degrees. Beat to a froth the whites with a pinch of salt. Mix with almond flour and sugar until a homogeneous mass. With a spoon or using the pastry bag, put the test slides on a buttered and floured baking sheet. Leave rather big gaps, because when baking the pasta increase. Bake for 20-30 minutes, checking for readiness.
Julia Pankova, photo: press-service of the New channel
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