Ginger Tuile Cups with Champagne Sabayon and Fresh Berries

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  • Serves

    10

    • Difficulty

      Easy

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Flour

By Joanne Chang

Published 2010

  • About

Traditionally, these thin, crisp cookies are shaped to resemble the curved roof tiles commonly found on European country houses (tuile, pronounced “tweel,” is French for “tile”). I first learned to make them at Payard Patisserie, where we sprinkled them with sliced almonds and used them to garnish sorbets and ice creams. I appreciated their buttery taste and I appreciated their versatility even more. The cookies are pliable when they first come out of the oven, lending themselves to

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