25 October 2010

Emotion & Macaron Ispahan

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Emotion & Macaron Ispahan

i seriously cant think of anything more delicious, pretty and feminine than this, the ispahan. unless you dislike rose, it would be a crime to skip this. with some red rose petals and raspberries leftover from the weekend, i just HAD to make these again.

Macaron Ispahan

macaron ispahan - dissected. components are rose macaron shells, rose buttercream, juicy lychee center and fresh raspberries. for the equally delicious emotion ispahan verrines, the recipe can be found here.

if pierre herme isn't a genius, i don't know what he is.

9 comments:

girl japan said...

Oh wow, lychee center... Oh how do I LOVE thee!!!!  Before moving to Japan, I never had lychee fresh before.. isn't it the best?  THe fusion in flavors are awesome.  I REALLY want to make this, and I like the flourish you have on the photo as well.  Rose buttercream... OH.. I do have some sakura left.. do you think I could adapt that instead of the rose?  NOM NOM NOM!!!!  

bossacafez said...

i used canned lychees for these, work just fine :)  fresh ones are good but will hv to depend on yr luck also coz some can be really tart & sourish! omg, you hv sakura, as in the pickled kind? i've been looking high & low for them in singapore, no luck. they look so pretty in cakes, desserts and wagashi, alas i can't make them :(  i'm not sure if you can replace rose with sakura but you can always give it a try!

Mariola´s Cooking Theraphy said...

I nener get tired of your pics. So inspiring. Just beautiful and delicious. Regards

Anja said...

I'm lost for words again by your beautiful presentation...

Jess @ Bakericious said...

this is beautiful!

Chelle said...

oh my god. can i get that plate of yumminess? lol.

daphne said...

argggghhhh... i am at the verge of licking the screen. that looks awesome- u r doing better and better!

Lora said...

This is so incredibly divine. The pictures are scrumptious! Wow.

Yuki said...

You are so talented!!! i should try making these some time =)

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