Macaron, French pastry, is a French dessert made with egg whites, almond flour, caster sugar and icing, and filled with fruit jam or cream. Rich in taste, crispy on the outside and soft on the inside, colorful and delicate.
The macaron has a clear sense of layers, crispy outside and soft inside. Take a bite, and first taste the thin but crispy crust, followed by the soft, dense inner layer. Unlike the texture of cream, the tenacity of the almond cookies supports the filling and adds chewyness to the soft filling. A perfect macaron, with a smooth surface and no pits, a slight luster under the light, and a beautiful lace skirt on the bottom edge of the cake. The addition of different decorative materials, such as matcha powder and fruit powder, makes the macarons appear colorful.
One of the important reasons why macarons are becoming popular and attractive is the colorful and beautiful appearance. But these beautiful looks are actually due to food coloring. Some people have also tried adding various natural powders to the batter, such as matcha powder, chocolate powder, and so on.