Recipe: Perfect Raspberry Frangipan Petit Fours

Raspberry Frangipan Petit Fours. Making the Frangipane and Raspberry Tart. Make a firm dough with the flour, butter, sugar, salt and the half egg. Make sure the dough is cool but still easy to work with by the time you want to roll it out.

Raspberry Frangipan Petit Fours These petit fours are made with a delicious vanilla butter cake and a home made raspberry jam filling. The frangipane is sturdy enough to hold up the juiciness of the rhubarb and raspberries, while the almond praline topping adds extra nutty The tart has been a work in progress: I have battled with the cooking time, frangipane, the pastry and the best way of filling it on and off for the past couple of. sheets of frangipane sponge cake layered with apricot jam. topped with a thin layer of marzipan. then it is glazed with poured fondant. atop is a piped trellis of chocolate. these are incredibly sweet so it usually only takes one to satisfy any sweet cravings. It can be used for many different pastry applications from almond danish to a delicate cake for petit fours; but today it is the filling for my Apricot Frangipane Tart. You can cook Raspberry Frangipan Petit Fours using 13 ingredients and 12 steps. Here is how you cook it.

Ingredients of Raspberry Frangipan Petit Fours

  1. You need 35 oz of Almond paste - room temperature.
  2. Prepare 17 1/2 oz of Butter - room temperature.
  3. Prepare 17 1/2 oz of Eggs - room temperature.
  4. It's 2 1/2 oz of Cake flour.
  5. Prepare of Filling.
  6. Prepare 3 cup of Raspberry Preserves.
  7. You need of Glaze.
  8. You need 15 oz of White chocolate (can used colored candy wafers).
  9. Prepare 3 lb of Confectioners sugar.
  10. It's 8 1/4 oz of Light corn syrup.
  11. Prepare 6 oz of Hot water.
  12. You need 3 tsp of Vanilla extract.
  13. You need 1 of as needed Food coloring.

You could buy raspberry jam to cheat this tart a little, but it's definitely worth making the pastry from scratch. Add the jam sugar and a squeeze of lemon juice. This Raspberry Pistachio Frangipane Tart has a buttery Pâte sablée (shortcrust) with a creamy pistachio frangipane filling topped with fresh raspberries. I hope you'll love this Raspberry Pistachio Frangipane Tart.

Raspberry Frangipan Petit Fours step by step

  1. Cream the almond paste to soften (about 5 min on 2nd speed). Add the butter gradually until completely incorporated with no lumps..
  2. Add the eggs one at a time, mixing well in between each addition. Scrape often. Blend in the flour last..
  3. Divide the batter evenly into 3 FLAT sheet pans lined with either cut parchment or silicone mats, which should also be lightly greased or sprayed with cooking spray..
  4. Bake for about 12-15 minutes at 325•F OR until light golden brown and set..
  5. Cool and also freeze for easier handling..
  6. After cooled, invert one layer onto the back of a FLAT sheet pan lined with parchment. Spread a paper thin layer of preserves onto the layer..
  7. Invert the second layer onto the first and spread another thin layer of jam. Then, invert the third layer onto the top..
  8. Freeze layered cake and cut desired shapes frozen. (Makes a nicer edge and the layers hold together much nicer when frozen) keep frozen until ready to glaze.
  9. For the glaze: Heat the chocolate over a double boiler or in the microwave, stirring until smooth..
  10. In a separate large bowl (or mixing bowl) sift the confectioners sugar and ad the corn syrup and hot water. Stirring until smooth. If using a mixer, set on low speed (so the icing doesn't become too aerated)..
  11. Add the melted chocolate to the sugar mixture, then add the vanilla and the coloring (if desired) If the mixture is too thick to pour, reheat briefly over low heat and stir in a few tablespoons additional water. The mixture is best to work with and will pour smoothly at about 100•F.
  12. For glazing: Arrange some (6-12) of the petit fours onto a metal screen placed on top of a sheet pan. Have the fondant icing glaze heated and ready, then ladle the glaze over the petit fours. Allowing the glaze to drip into the pan below the screen. Once all are covered, use a small metal spatula to move the petit fours from the metal screen to a clean sheet pan lined with parchment. Then, using a spatula or plastic scraper, scrape the excess icing glaze from the drip pan back into the bowl and reheat and add extra water as needed. Repeat this process until all petit fours have been glazed. (You may need to clean the screen occasionally as the glaze will build up as you continue through the process).

It is a beautiful Summer dessert to serve on a weekend, for a family gathering or for. I've made Frangipane before but used Nectarines and although this is an equally delicious way of making this tart, the raspberries add an incredible dimension of flavour that can only be achieved with slightly. This Raspberry Frangipane Tart has a creamy and slightly chewy almond-rum filling and a buttery and tender cookie crust. The has been adapted from the Pear Frangipane Tart in The Martha Stewart Cookbook. Here I filled it with a tender almond-scented raspberry and frangipane tart.

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