How to make French Financier Cakes

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Financiers are delicate little cakes using egg whites to give them a light texture. Chef Toni Lynn Dickinson, Senior Coordinator of the Pastry Arts at The International Culinary Centre in New York, takes you step-by-step in making and baking financiers.

 

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