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Pistachio Rose Macarons


30 min



1 hour 55 minutes



Ingredients for the shells:

- 60 g Anthony’s Goods Culinary Blanched Almond Flour 
- 40 g pistachio flour (make yourself by grinding pistachios into powder)
- 100 g powdered sugar
- 70 g egg whites
- ¼ tsp Anthony’s Goods Cream of Tartar 
- 50 g Anthony’s Goods Cane Sugar
- Green gel food coloring (optional)

Ingredients for the filling:

- ¼ cup butter, softened
- 2 ½ tbsp finely ground pistachios
- 1 cup powdered sugar
- 3 tsp rose water
- ¼ tsp pistachio extract


Stuck at home and looking for a challenge? Sharpen your patisserie skills by baking up some of these dainty, floral pistachio rose macarons. Bust out the kitchen scale because it’s essential to sift and weigh your shell ingredients.

Remember to use aged, room temperature egg whites for the perfect stiff meringue. Once baked, filled and sandwiched, these sweet treats are worth all the weighing, sifting and whipping. Savor every bite of your culinary masterpiece! 

1. The day before you make the macarons, separate the egg whites and place them in an airtight container in the fridge.
2. On baking day, bring the egg whites to room temperature (by leaving them on the counter for 30 minutes) and soften the butter. 
3. Weigh out and sift your almond flour, pistachio flour and powdered sugar. (Do not skip this step!) Whisk them together in a large bowl. Set aside. 
4. Using a hand mixer, whip the egg whites until frothy. Add a pinch of cream of tartar and continue to whisk. When the egg whites become white and smooth, add the cane sugar one tbsp at a time to make a meringue. Add in the food coloring with a toothpick when you’ve achieved soft peaks and continue to whisk until stiff peaks form. 
5. Using a rubber spatula, fold the almond flour/pistachio flour/powdered sugar mixture ⅓ at a time into the meringue. Fold gently but make sure the flour is well incorporated into the meringue. When ready, the batter should flow continuously off your spatula long enough for you to draw a figure 8 with it in the bowl. 
6. Fill the batter into a piping bag with a round tip and pipe the shells onto a tray lined with parchment paper. When finished, tap the tray into the counter a few times to get rid of air bubbles. Set the tray aside for 45 minutes to an hour for the macarons to “dry.” They should lose their shine and feel dry to the touch when ready.
7. Preheat the oven to 300F and bake one tray at a time for 18-20 minutes each. At the 7 minute mark, rotate the tray to ensure an even bake and cover the macarons with foil if you notice browning. 
8. While the shells are baking, make the filling: Cream the butter and powdered sugar together. 11. Add in the ground pistachio, rose water and pistachio extract. 
9. When the shells have cooled, pipe the filling onto one shell and sandwich together. 
10. Store them in an airtight container in the fridge.

Makes: 15 macarons



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