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Pecan Tuiles

November/December 1994

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French for “tiles,” these delicate tuiles are so-named because their curved shape resembles the clay roof tiles of houses in southern France.



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"These are very yummy, but it is difficult to get them off the pan fast enough before they harden. I would only do about 6 at a time max. "
Pecan Tuiles

1 Review for Pecan Tuiles

03/10/2010
Anonymous

These are very yummy, but it is difficult to get them off the pan fast enough before they harden. I would only do about 6 at a time max.

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