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Linzer-cookie

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Linzer-cookie

My sweet tooth again, knock on spoons and require continuation of the Banquet. Today I chose cookies based on hazelnuts and blackcurrant jelly. Definitely minimimum one cook Larisa (Kleine Hase") - fan nut - baking these cookies, I'm sure you will like it.


Cooking time45 minutes Number of servings15

Ingredients for Linzer-cookie




Step-by-step instruction of cooking Linzer-cookie


Step 1

Flour, ground hazelnuts, seasoning, Lebkuchen and sugar mix. (The flour is desirable to sift).Flour, ground hazelnuts, seasoning, Lebkuchen and sugar mix. (The flour is desirable to sift).


Step 2

Roll out the dough 4 mm thick and using cookie cutters with diameter 7 cm cut out circles (15 pieces), put on a baking tray covered with baking paper and pierce each slice with a fork. On each circle put edible plate on top with a diameter of 5 cm.Roll out the dough 4 mm thick and using cookie cutters with diameter 7 cm cut out circles (15 pieces), put on a baking tray covered with baking paper and pierce each slice with a fork. On each circle put edible plate on top with a diameter of 5 cm.


Step 3

Again from the remaining dough cut out 15 circles 7 cm in diameter, put on each slice with a plate on top of another circle. And using molds with a diameter of five inches at the top of the circles we cut out the middle and remove the excess dough to make a small "wells".Again from the remaining dough cut out 15 circles 7 cm in diameter, put on each slice with a plate on top of another circle. And using molds with a diameter of five inches at the top of the circles we cut out the middle and remove the excess dough to make a small "wells".


Step 4

Here is just for convenience would really help those of food records. Thanks to them, the slices do not stick together and are very easy to remove.Here is just for convenience would really help those of food records. Thanks to them, the slices do not stick together and are very easy to remove.


Step 5

Berry jelly stir well. I had the wrong jelly :-D or Rather, I had a jam, and the filling was covered with a film during baking. Therefore, I will take the next time you need jelly. So, add in each of our "well" about a tablespoon of jelly. Then slightly beat the egg yolk with cream in a bowl and grease with a brush to these cookies. Then sprinkle with decorative sugar (of course, can not sprinkle). 

Put in preheated oven to 160 degrees for 15 minutes. Give to cool completely.Berry jelly stir well. I had the wrong jelly :-D or Rather, I had a jam, and the filling was covered with a film during baking. Therefore, I will take the next time you need jelly. So, add in each of our "well" about a tablespoon of jelly. Then slightly beat the egg yolk with cream in a bowl and grease with a brush to these cookies. Then sprinkle with decorative sugar (of course, can not sprinkle).

Put in preheated oven to 160 degrees for 15 minutes. Give to cool completely.



Step 6

From the remnants of dough I made cookies without jelly too delicious! 
Bon appetit!From the remnants of dough I made cookies without jelly too delicious!
Bon appetit!