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Wednesday, August 27, 2008

Linzer Cookie





My daughter loves to buy me all sorts of cutters, cake pans and whatever is related to baking. She bought these Linzer Cookie Cutters when she was in Washington DC for a business trip and i had to play with my toy as soon as i get it and i love adapting the recipe which comes with the cutter and this is a keeper recipe.


Ingredients:
1 cup butter
2 cups sifted cake flour
1 tsp orange extract
1/2 cup powdered sugar
1 jar raspberry or apricot jam

Method:
Mix butter, orange extract and sugar
Stir in 1 cup of flour at a time, mixing well (I put all the ingredients except the jam of course in a food processor and pulse until combined)
Chill the dough at least 2 hours
Roll out 1/2 of dough on cookie sheet to 1/4 inch thick and chill 30 minutes more.
Cut with linzer cookie cutter without an insert.
Remove excess dough and bake immediately at 350 f for 12 minutes.
Roll out other half of dough on a second cookie sheet and chill for 30 minutes.
Cut with the linzer cookie cutter with your choice of the 6 inserts in place.
Remove excess dough and bake immediately at 350 f for 12 minutes.
Cool completely.
Dust tops with powdered sugar.
Spread about 2 teaspoons jam on each cookie bottom.
Place tops over bottoms to create the sandwich effect.


Serves

7 comments:

Mammazan said...

Exuse my english!!!
your explication are so clear and the biscuit wonderful
Grazia

lilyng said...

mammazan

you do not have to apologise.

thank you for visiting my blog and i hope that you will give this recipe a try.

Cynthia O said...

aunty Lily, thank you for this yummilicious recipe.. do i need to grease the baking pan? i cant wait to try this out.. wishing you good health! take care! love all your wonderful recipes!

lilyng said...

cynthia O

i will always bake cookies on a lined tray with parchment/greaseproof paper and better still use the silpat/silicone liner for baking tray.

Chris said...

Made this tonite....wonderful and so pretty! Will be part of my holiday baking. Thank you!

Rashmi said...

Hi,
Guess I'm too late for commenting here but I stumbled upon your blog through a Google Image search and I'm so happy that I did :)
I immediately tried these (such easy ingredients and of course no egg) and they came out so wonderful...

Thank you so much for sharing the recipe and of course the pic!!!

lilyng said...

rashmi

you are most welcome

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