Like the sweet paste tart dough, this is totally unexpected surprised bonus recipe I’ve learned from French Mousse Cake course from Pastry Training Centre of Vancouver. Thinking back I haven’t made ladyfingers for years because it is so much more convenient to buy and it is so complicated to make. Frankly you cannot taste the difference if it is just filling inside tiramisu and it has so up so much brandy & espresso. But let me tell you, it is worth all the effort to make your own! The texture is so dedicate and taste is so wonderful. The ingredients list is so simple. I bet all of you should have all the ingredient in your home. This is truly a test of sponge cake making technique. According Chef Marco, making ladyfingers is actually exam for pro-course. Wonder if ladyfingers above will score a passing grade?!
One important key to successful sponge is timing. So have all your tools and ingredients prepared and measured out. Also remember to pre-heat the oven because it is not a forgiving batter.
I can never neatly and uniformly pipe out nice line without guidance. So I drew line in be back side parchment paper. It does take a bit longer, but extremely useful for people like me. This is one reason why I can never be a pro. I am sure pro can naturally pipe out neatly and evenly. One very good tips I’ve learned from the course is the importance of timing. The meringue & yolk both has to complete in the same time to ensure maximum volume. Look the batter produced from just two eggs! Pretty amazing eh? The line on the back helped me so much in even height. This batter consistency is by far the easiest to handle. Really love this recipe!!
Opportunity is endless with these ladyfingers. First made a dreamy blueberry mousse cake with it! Look beautiful and much better than any store bough ladyfingers.
This beautiful ladyfingers are not just for decorating the side of mousse cake. They are totally butter free healthy goodness!! I love simple ingredients with a bit more heart and effort can result in such beautiful and tasty wonder!