In our modern day society, tuile has been made into different shapes and forms. The tuile batter can be stenciled out into many shapes like teardrop, spoon, maple leaves, butterfly, etc; very ideal for garnishes. It's a very good accompaniment to ice creams or sorbets because of it's crisp wafer like attributes. It also adds pizzazz to a plain looking dessert.
Not only is it a good garnish, it's good on it's own for munching. After all, it's a cookie. Tuile is normally just plain in flavour, mainly vanilla; but now there's assortments of flavours from chocolate to rose flavour. Nuts can also be sprinkled atop the cookies before baking; there's definitely loads of room for creativity for this delight.
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