Dessert cookies with butter and orange
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I rubbed the soft butter with the salt powder and sugar until it frothed well. I mixed the flour with the baking powder. Over the butter I put eggs one by one and mixed. I grated the orange peel, put the vanilla and mixed again. I incorporated the flour a little with a spatula until I obtained a fine, soft and very fragrant dough. Let the dough rest for about 20-30 minutes. We didn't get the 30 minutes, because they didn't have patience anymore :))
With their little hands they formed coca balls which they put in the tray covered with baking paper. In the middle I formed a hole, in which I put almonds, chocolate chips and fried chopped peanuts. They played the ornament as they wanted.
I put it in the oven for about 15 minutes, during which time it smelled in the whole house of ... winter :)
If we still have patience, we serve it with a cup of warm milk with honey or with coffee.
Cookies with orange, cardamom and lavender
Our celebration of love, Dragobetele, has also come. You still have a chance to cook something good for a loved one. As the dessert can't be missed and last time I made a chocolate cake, I give you something simpler and sweeter now, but still in the shape of hearts. Love is in the air, right? Of course, you can make whatever shapes you want from these cookies because they will be just as good. I recently tried the recipe and I really liked the combination of flavors. I was looking for something new with cardamom, without just putting it in hot milk or coffee. It goes without saying that. Give it a try. It takes you a little out of your routine.
(for 12 large or small pieces)
1 tablespoon cardamom powder
150 gr. flour
100 gr. cold butter, cut into cubes
50 gr. powdered sugar sifted
grated peel from 1 orange
for the glaze
1 white chocolate
Preparation time: 15 minutes + 1 h, while the coke is in the fridge
For the crust, mix the flour with the butter and cardamom powder until they look like crumbs. It's like making a sweet tart dough. Add powdered sugar and mix a little. At the end, add the egg yolk and orange peel. We gather the crust in a ball, wrap it and keep it in the fridge for an hour.
After an hour, take the crust out of the fridge and spread it with a slightly floured rolling pin, on a flat surface sprinkled with flour. With the help of a form, which we pass a little through the flour, we cut small hearts from the dough. But I recommend you to use or buy some bigger shapes to make 12 cookies, as in the recipe. I had a super small shape and about three trays of cookies came out. In addition, they were meticulously bad. I'm not much of a mini food fan.
Place the cookies on a baking tray with baking paper and bake at 190 degrees for 15 minutes or until lightly browned. We leave them to cool then.
For the icing, melt the white chocolate in a bain marie and with the help of a posh with a very thin tip or a teaspoon, spread it over the cookies.
Decorate with lavender popcorn, because it looks cute, but also for extra flavor.