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Video: How to Make Chocolate Macarons

See how to make little meringue sandwiches with a ganache filling.

 
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In this video, you’ll see how to make little cookie sandwiches with dark-chocolate meringue that look like tiny hamburgers. You’ll see how to make your dry mixture as lump-free as possible and how to make a simple meringue. You’ll also get a great tip for folding in the dry mixture without completely deflating the meringue. Using this technique, you’ll end up with a texture that’s crisp and crackly on the outside; chewy, soft, and cake-like on the inside. You’ll also see how to make a super-simple ganache filling. Then just make little cookie sandwiches! Check out a top-rated recipe for Macarons. Chef John's techniques will work for any macaron recipe! See more Chef John videos >>

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MacaronMaker 
Sep. 18, 2014 9:05 am
This guy does great for his first time but if you are new to macarons you have to let them rest in a cool area after you pipe them for 15-30min, that is why his macarons cracker and had very little feet. Everything else about this recipe is correct. Macarons have to rest until the form a skin on the tops of the shells, this means that if you leave them to "rest" for 15-30min that if you touch the tops of the macarons they wont stick to your hand. If your macarons stick to your finger after 30min of resting you might as well toss them out because that means they did not come out.
 
Jul. 27, 2014 8:27 pm
Ooh La La, Chef! I love the French macaron!! Thanks! :)
 
babababang 
Jan. 23, 2014 9:34 am
Love your video!
 
oftenamused 
Nov. 13, 2013 11:03 am
And to those of you complaining that he doesn't tell what ingredients we need, yes he does, he just doesn't tell us from the start. We're told of what we need to as he's going through the steps. The standard in most macaron recipes regardless is powdered sugar, almond meal, salt, egg whites, and sugar. The cocoa is not standard. However, measurements can vary recipe to recipe and we're missing that information.
 
AmySpeth 
Nov. 11, 2013 9:47 am
Love the comments! Made me smile : )
 
who_dat_who-DAT 
Apr. 17, 2013 3:36 pm
I bet if you sprinkle some coconut on the filling allowing some to stick out beyond the "bun" it would make it look like a "cheese burger"(like melted cheese mmmmmmmm). I love coconut so I bet it would taste good too
 
Apr. 15, 2013 5:56 am
chef omited the step in productions of French macaroons. Before baking you need to let the macaroons stay in room temperature until skin is formed, ony then they could be baked to avoid the cracking.
 
Nooreza 
Mar. 21, 2013 3:27 am
100 gram powdered sugar 50 grams almond meal aka almond flour (the finer the better) 25 grams unsweetened cocoa powder 2 large room temperature egg whites 65 grams granulated sugar For chocolate ganache: 1/3 cup hot heavy cream 4 ounces dark chocolate, chopped pinch of salt
 
Feb. 2, 2013 3:56 pm
I'd like the ingredients for the macarons too! Please send them to me or write them down here? I've all the stuff in the house i think. Please send me the recipi? Please? Please? I love those very much. Please tell me! Byebye keep up the good work! I love it!
 
CocoaKitty3000 
Dec. 12, 2012 7:56 am
This sounds so good!!! I really want to make this!
 
 
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