These small, feather-light French sponge cakes, believed to have originated in the town of Commercy in Lorraine, were made famous by Marcel Proust, who sang their praises in his novel Remembrance of Things Past. In this recipe, the buttery cakes are baked in a silicone baking mold and emerge with their traditional shell-shaped pattern. Madeleines are delicious dipped in coffee or tea.
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