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Raspberry Coconut Macaroons (Smitten Kitchen) too wet ?

mickeygee Apr 7, 2012 04:31 PM

I tried Smitten Kitchen's Raspberry Coconut Macaroons today, and the batter is very wet. After baking, they were just the right amount of brown on bottoms and tops, but I feel the inside is still pretty moist. If I want to bake longer, but not burn them should I lower the temp? Raise the temp? Make them smaller? Add something to dry them out a bit more?



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    mickeygee Apr 8, 2012 08:56 AM

    I tried a second batch, made them smaller and cooked them on a slightly lower temp, but for slightly longer - hubby likes them better, I think the first batch was better.

    I don't mind the wetness, I'm just worried that they are not cooked enough and with the egg, I get al food paranoid since I know kids will be eating these. (Me, on the other hand, already had about 6 today).

    1. pikawicca Apr 7, 2012 07:12 PM

      I would turn off the oven and leave them in for another 30 minutes, or so.

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        magiesmom Apr 7, 2012 06:41 PM

        gee, Mine came out perfect though way too sweet. Are you sure you beat the eggs enough? Deb does s ay they are more moist than traditional macaroons, so maybe you just don't like the recipe. you could try cooking them longer at a bit lower temp.

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