Hazelnut orange cookies recipe
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Recipe introIntroducing the delectable Hazelnut Orange Cookies recipe! These delightful treats combine the rich, nutty flavor of hazelnuts with the refreshing citrusy zest of oranges, resulting in a perfect balance of flavors. With just a handful of ingredients and simple steps, these cookies are easy to make and guaranteed to impress. Whether you're hosting a gathering or simply craving a sweet treat, these Hazelnut Orange Cookies are sure to be a crowd-pleaser.
Keywords: Hazelnut, Orange, Cookies, Recipe, Nutty
Hazelnut orange cookies recipe details
|For the Filling:|
|200 g||orange marmelade|
|200 g||hazelnuts, chopped|
|For the dough:|
|4 tbsp||vanilla sugar|
|150 g||thick sour cream or crème fraiche|
|coloured sugar crystals for sprinkling|
InstructionsMix flour, sugar, vanilla sugar, salt, sour cream and butter with a dough hook to a homogenous dough. Flour your work surface and knead into a smooth dough with your hands.
To make the filling, combine the hazelnuts and marmalade in a bowl. Grate the marzipan into the bowl and mix well.
Roll the dough out on a floured work surface and cut out cookies Ø 6cm – makes approximately 74 cookies.
Whisk the egg-white a bit and use to brush the edges of the cookies. Place a teaspoon of the filling in the middle and place a second cookie on top. Press down the edges with a fork.
Mix the yolk with the milk and brush cookies with the mixture. Sprinkle with the sugar crystals and bake for 15 minutes at 180°C.
ca. 1 hr
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