Christmas cookies with berries

Submitted by enr on 29 Nov 2010
# For the dough:
50 ml cream
400 g butter
180 g of powdered sugar
550 g potato flour (fekola)
470 g white flour
1 lemon
egg white 1
2 tbsp rum
# fruit gelatin:
200 g sugar
250 g berries
280 ml water
10 g gelatin
# For decoration:
140 g of powdered sugar
10 ml lemon juice
10 g egg white
sweet red paint
Christmas cookies with berries
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Dough: Beat the soft butter with powdered sugar flavored with lemon peel. Add eggs one by one, cream liqueur and sieve flour. With half of the dough into a long and narrow rectangles (4-5 cm wide, 20-25 cm long, 3 mm thick). Brush with beaten up egg white. From the rest of the dough sticks do 1/2 cm in diameter and 20-25 cm long (as rectangles). Put two bread sticks on each rectangle between them to leave room in such a way as to obtain a canal. Gently pinch and arrange in pan. Bake in a preheated 180 C oven for 12-15 minutes. Allow to cool. fruit gelatin: passion fruit with water and sugar and filter. Put to boil for 5-6 minutes. Remove and add the previously soaked gelatin in water and wring well. Allow to cool, but be careful not gelled. With this mixture fill the cookies, ie tubules in the rectangles. Put in refrigerator for about an hour to harden gelatin. The strips are cut into chunks. Decoration: Beat well all products to obtain a homogeneous mixture. Divide into two parts. In one add some red paint pastry. Put in two separate syringes and decorate optional.
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29 Nov 2010


This is a picture I took of the magazine which actually got the recipe, but to clarify just got to have an idea how to form biscuits. While they do of course then you will get a personal picture.

Petya, cookies sound very tempting, but can be replaced with something that potato flour?

Hello Navy! Of course that can replace potato flour with corn or wheat starch. Well, that reminded me that I forgot to mention it, and that after they are cut to the desired size. I am glad that you like. Good luck!

One more question *10 g. Protein* that is not accidentally 1 protein (this decoration)?

Well, I do not think that one because it depends on the size of the egg of course, but an average egg weighs about 50-60 grams (with shell) protein is 2/3 of the egg so that the protein of an egg is about 35-40 grams. In the recipe is only 10 g., But I can say my opinion that cookies are delicious and without decoration, but representativeness is well with her, I do not know what will happen if the protein is more. I think there will be no problem.