Ingredients for Cooking Goose Legs Curd Cookies
- Butter 200 grams
- Curd 200 grams
- Wheat flour (sifted) 2 cups
- Egg yolk 2 pieces
- Purified water 2 tablespoons
- Sugar 1/2 or 1 cup
- 3/4 teaspoon food baking powder
- 1/2 teaspoon vanilla sugar
- Main ingredients Eggs, Curd, Flour
- Serving 1 serving
- World Cuisine
Glass (capacity 240 milliliters), kitchen scale, teaspoon, grater, plastic wrap, refrigerator, oven, non-stick baking sheet, baking paper, rolling pin, kitchen knife, deep plate, kitchen oven mitts, dessert dishes for serving.
Cooking cookies from the crow's feet cottage cheese:
Step 1: prepare the dough.
First of all, we print the package with frozen butter and chop it on a medium or large grater directly into a deep bowl. We also wipe the cottage cheese through a sieve with a fine mesh, add vanilla sugar, food baking powder and sifted wheat flour. We grind these products with clean hands into fatty crumbs and only after that add a couple of raw chicken yolks and iced purified water to it. We knead the dough without delay, which will first fall into pieces, but after a while it will become quite steep. As soon as the semi-finished flour product has the desired structure, we roll it into a ball, wrap it in plastic wrap and send it to the refrigerator one hour.
Step 2: form cookies from the crow's feet cottage cheese.
After that, after about 30-40 minutes, turn on and preheat the oven up to 190 degrees Celsius. Then we cover the non-stick baking sheet with a sheet of baking paper and pour sugar into a deep plate. After a while, we crush the tabletop with a thin layer of flour, spread the pastry on it, having previously removed the film from it, and slightly knead the semi-finished flour with our palms in a round thick pancake. Then, using a rolling pin, we roll it into a layer with a thickness of about 5 millimeters. Take a cup, glass or a large glass with an approximate diameter from 5 to 8 centimeters, dip the rim of this dish in flour and cut out cakes for it.
The remaining dough is also rolled out and formed from it round. Then put one circle in a bowl of sugar. Press it lightly so that the crystals adhere to the test. Then we connect in half the sugar side inward. Once again, we send the half-finished product to a plate with sand, gently press it and turn it into a triangle.
Roll it in sugar in the same way, but this time only on one side, and one that is not processed, spread on the prepared baking sheet. We proceed further on our own, either we squeeze out the teeth of the table fork on the formed product from the wide side of the notch, or make two cuts with a knife or leave them in the form of triangles. We sculpt the crow's feet until the dough is over, and proceed to the next, almost final step.
Step 3: bake the crow's biscuits.
We put still raw dessert in a preheated oven on a medium rack and bake it for 20-25 minutes or to a rich golden beige color. Then we put on kitchen gloves and move the baking sheet on a cutting board, previously laid on the countertop.
Next, with the help of a kitchen spatula, we shift the ruddy products onto a metal grate and allow them to cool completely. After that, send the cookies to a large flat dish or arrange them in portions on plates and go to taste!
Step 4: serve the crow's biscuits.
Cooked cakes "Goose legs" after cooking are completely cooled and served in a bowl specially designed for this purpose as a dessert to a sweet table. The dough of this miracle is puff and sand, so it just melts in your mouth, the cottage cheese is almost not felt, but it is it that partially helps the products to swell during baking, which makes them so airy and porous. Such yummy will be glad to all, without exception, and especially your favorite sweet tooth! Cook with pleasure and enjoy!
Enjoy your meal!
- very often a little cinnamon or nutmeg is added to sugar for sprinkling;
- some housewives put in a dough a teaspoon of lemon or orange zest;
- an alternative to butter - margarine for baking premium with a minimum water content and maximum fat, and baking powder - baking soda, but not slaked with vinegar.