You have such a time, you that your child moans of the ear: ‘Mamo, let's do something ', ‘Mamo, I'm bored…’?. For me, unfortunately, it happens. In particular, the, when the window instead of the sun, raining and blowing again. Then the best thing to take a small loss of time. I have a proposal for you crisp cookies, which can be prepared in such dark days, together with their children. For me these are the letters, but they can be any shape. Same cookies are delicious, Butter and disappear in a strange way:) I recommend!
The recipe comes from the book "Baking cakes'.
Ingredients: (I probably came from 100 letters)
- 250g flour
- 1 1 egg
- 100g caster sugar or icing sugar
- 1 vanilla sugar (16g)
- 100g butter
Sift flour, chop with butter. You can do it with a knife, or obtain the instrument, What I got from the store Aledobre.pl. Then add the egg and sugar, Knead pastry. Shape into a ball, wrap in foil and refrigerate for 2 hours. After this time, remove the dough, Roll out and cut out any shapes. Place cookies on a baking tray lined with baking paper.
Bake at 200 ° C for about 8 – 10 minutes until golden brown (depending on size of cake). Remove from the oven on a baking tray on the left 2-3 minutes, then transferred to the grid.
Royal icing decoration:
- 200g of icing sugar
- a few tablespoons of hot water or lemon juice
Sift the sugar and mix with hot water. Dunk biscuits, free to decorate.
All cookies decorated P.S.1 Susan:)
P.S.2 Someone has found a hidden inscription?:)
And as usual, a few words about the tested product. Dough Mixer brittle, I have received, worked perfectly on the cake wyrabianiu. With a choice of a knife or a device, without hesitation sięgnęłabym not just the. No dirty hands, without involving the pastry board, without much effort, comfortably and quickly wyrobimy pastry. The mixer has a comfortable soft grip and additionally is provided with Zipper, through which quickly and effectively get rid of the excess dough and purify rods. Same rods are made from high quality steel, what we can without fear of scratches or damage to knead the dough on each surface. I recommend, especially if you often do shortcrust pastry, or cookies.
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