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I saw this on TV and tried it. It was very good. I had to make doubloe
portion in a spring form pan, becuase I did not have the right type of
pan (round with a hole in the middle):

200 gram/ 7 oz. Blanched almonds
200 g /7 oz. Sugar
4 Egg whites
A pinch of salt
Butter and breadcrumbs for the round pan
100 g /3.5 oz. melted chocolate
2 tbsp oil


Chop the almonds in a blender with 150 gram of the sugar. Whip the egg
whites stiff with the salt and the rest of the sugar. Fold the almond
flour with the eggwhites.
Wipe the pan with butter and sprinkle with breadcrumbs.
Bake 35 min at 400 F/200 C. Freeze it a couple of hours.
Melt the cholate and mix with oil. Pour it over the cake so it is
completely covered.

Let some oranges soak a bit in sherry, port, or sauternes.

Whip some cream into a vanilla icecream.

Serve the cake with the soft icecream, oranges, and some sherry, port,
or sauternes.


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On Fri, 10 Feb 2006 14:37:23 +0100, Michael Archon Sequoia Nielsen
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I saw this on TV and tried it. It was very good. I had to make doubloe
portion in a spring form pan, becuase I did not have the right type of
pan (round with a hole in the middle):


So, where's the picture?

Christine
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Do you put the meringue over the breadcrumbs or the breadcrumbs over the
meringue?


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I saw this on TV and tried it. It was very good. I had to make doubloe
portion in a spring form pan, becuase I did not have the right type of
pan (round with a hole in the middle):

200 gram/ 7 oz. Blanched almonds
200 g /7 oz. Sugar
4 Egg whites
A pinch of salt
Butter and breadcrumbs for the round pan
100 g /3.5 oz. melted chocolate
2 tbsp oil


Chop the almonds in a blender with 150 gram of the sugar. Whip the egg
whites stiff with the salt and the rest of the sugar. Fold the almond
flour with the eggwhites.
Wipe the pan with butter and sprinkle with breadcrumbs.
Bake 35 min at 400 F/200 C. Freeze it a couple of hours.
Melt the cholate and mix with oil. Pour it over the cake so it is
completely covered.

Let some oranges soak a bit in sherry, port, or sauternes.

Whip some cream into a vanilla icecream.

Serve the cake with the soft icecream, oranges, and some sherry, port,
or sauternes.



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Cappy wrote:
Do you put the meringue over the breadcrumbs or the breadcrumbs over the
meringue?



The breadcrumbs are only to make it eaasy to remove the cake fmor the
pan afterwards. smear the butter, sprinkle the breadcrumbs, turn it over
over the sink to et rid of leftover breadcrumbs, then strain the
"meringue" into the pan.


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Christine Dabney wrote:
On Fri, 10 Feb 2006 14:37:23 +0100, Michael Archon Sequoia Nielsen
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I saw this on TV and tried it. It was very good. I had to make doubloe
portion in a spring form pan, becuase I did not have the right type of
pan (round with a hole in the middle):



So, where's the picture?

Damn, I forgot to take a picture.
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Melba's Jammin' wrote:

Well, where the dickens have YOU been!?


Off drawing cartoons of muhammed

No, I'm just not so active on usenet becuase I am behind on my phd
thesis. So many things I want to try out before finishing it. I'm mostly
dividing my time between my my thesis, my girlfriend, and my ninja
training.
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Michael Archon Sequoia Nielsen wrote:
I saw this on TV and tried it. It was very good. I had to make doubloe
portion in a spring form pan, becuase I did not have the right type of
pan (round with a hole in the middle):


This is the type of pan it is supposed to be:

http://www.defineting.dk/defineting_...koekken_03.htm
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Michael Archon Sequoia Nielsen wrote:

Melba's Jammin' wrote:

Well, where the dickens have YOU been!?


Off drawing cartoons of muhammed

No, I'm just not so active on usenet becuase I am behind on my phd
thesis. So many things I want to try out before finishing it. I'm mostly
dividing my time between my my thesis, my girlfriend, and my ninja
training.


Do good and remember this: If you can't dazzle them with your
brilliance, baffle them with bullshit. The PhD's mantra.
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