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Sift the flour into a bowl, along with the baking powder. Make a hole in the middle and put salt, soft butter, egg yolk, yogurt, essence and sugar. Mix all the ingredients well until you get a suitable soft dough.
Sprinkle the flour on the work table and spread the dough in a 4-5 mm thick sheet. Cut the desired shapes.
Beat the egg whites well with the lemon juice and the sugar added gradually, until you get a glossy meringue. Put it in a bowl and decorate the cookies.
We place them in a tray greased with oil and lined with flour. Preheat the oven and bake the cookies for 15-20 minutes. until browned.
In a bowl put all the ingredients except the peaches that you peel and chop into cubes. Mix well to homogenize and taste (possibly add more honey or maple syrup if you like it sweeter).
Divide the composition into cups or jars with lids (if you want to take them in a package), alternating it with pieces of fruit. Keep cold until ready to serve. Enjoy!
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Quick cookies with only 3 ingredients
When you feel like something sweet, cookies are the best option. What's more, now you don't have to buy them from the store, because you can prepare them at home simply and quickly from just 3 ingredients. Here's how to impress your guests with the recipe for quick cookies with only 3 ingredients. What do you have to do:
Quick cookie recipe with only 3 ingredients:
Preheat the oven to 180 degrees (medium) and line two trays with baking paper.
In a large bowl, mix the butter and sugar. Add the flour and continue to mix until you get a thick dough. Form a ball of dough with your palms.
Roll the dough on a surface (kitchen counter) powdered with flour or powdered sugar. Use a rolling pin as well rubbed with flour so that it does not stick. Cut the rounds into a small shape or glass. Repeat until you have finished almost all the dough.
Bake the cookies for 16-20 minutes, or until golden. Let them cool on the tray.
Quick cookies served with a glass of milk
Powdered sugar is sprinkled over the quick cookies, and that's it. The cookie recipe can be prepared at any time and can be served with a cup of warm milk or tea.
Cherry pie and yogurt
Cherry pie and yogurt it has just become one of my favorite recipes.
Simple to prepare and with few ingredients, the yogurt and cherry pie will conquer you too.
to cherry pie and yogurt you can use fresh cherries, compote or frozen. The latter are placed directly in the pie, the first two must be drained.
Cherry pie and yogurt it is phenomenal and I recommend it to you too!
Claudia, try to be strong and not think about cookies anymore, it's late today anyway :))
That was exactly my intention, to make cookies with raisins just like the ones in the confectionery. Now that I've seen how easy they are, I'm sorry I've been buying them for so long.
Thousands of thanks for the recipe. they are a delight. a delight!
Monica, thousands of thanks and from me for choosing my recipe for cookies with raisins given that the net is full of such recipes :)
I'm still surviving, too bad I can't show you what expressive face I slammed into at this hour, as if she's bathed in all the hard work, but I'm a woman. I'm still hungry. :))
:)) I didn't think that some simple raisin cookies can give such cravings: D
to believe. I was doing this at 2 at night after I saw that I couldn't fall asleep.
Can I make them with baking powder?
Yes Daniela, the cookies are also made with baking powder. But I think you need to put about half a teaspoon.
ops I think I put a bit more baking soda and it grew a bit more))
:)) Maybe you'll get some "fluffy" cookies: P I think the cookies will still harden during baking.
After dozens of searches for all kinds of dishes, I discovered you and I am extremely excited. I like your recipes, which are simple and tasty and very well presented. I'm tired of sophisticated recipes that require I don't know what kind of spices I've never heard of. "Searching" through your recipes, I realized that I could only prepare many of them with what I have in the garden or in the fridge, without having to go shopping. Thank you for what you do, for me you are a gift today! :)
Wow, I think I would feel compelled to cook every day if I always received such comments: D
That's about the idea of my blog: simple recipes, with local and accessible ingredients. Maybe because I cook primarily for myself, not to impress readers. Convenience also has an important role, I often adapt the recipes to what I have at home :) Besides, it doesn't seem normal for me to stay in the kitchen for a whole day to prepare a recipe.
do you really need the essence of rum? :). a quick answer please,: O3.: *.
I hope that after 21 minutes it is still considered a quick answer :) We don't necessarily have to put rum essence in cookies. It can be any essence we want, we can even give up the essence. It's just that the cookies will be less flavorful.
With pleasure. And I'm still waiting for you)
My cookies haven't hardened, why? It's like pieces of cake. :(
I'm sorry to hear you picked a raisin cake. I think the flour was insufficient, otherwise I can't explain. Or maybe you didn't bake them well. I noticed that the cookies are softer immediately after removing them from the oven, but then they harden.
Thanks so much for the reply! Next time I'll put more flour, I hope it comes out. :)
With pleasure, Loredana! We all have such small accidents, the recipe is very simple and I am convinced that they will come out next time.
Is it ok if I put lard instead of oil? : D I hope I'm not ruining anything, but I once made some cookies with lard and they were very good, although I think the ones according to this recipe will come out much better :) Regardless of whether I get an answer before I start making cookies, I want to thank you for the recipe, because I have a great appetite for some homemade cookies made by my grandmother :)
I don't know what to say, I've never tried this recipe with lard. Theoretically they should work, but I don't put my hand in the fire :) Anyway, their taste will definitely change.
Instead, there is a recipe for cookies with the lard that I tried and that I recommend. They don't have raisins, but the cookies really seem to be made by grandma.
Hello! I also tried the cookie recipe. Because it's not that I didn't do well, I think I was wrong about the amount of oil and flour. So, my request would be to tell me please what it means in grams: a cup of flour, 1/2 cup of oil, because I noticed that not always, my cup matches the cup in the recipe (in grams, I mean) . Thank you in advance
Hello Elena! Maybe you used a small cup of coffee.
A normal cup has 250 ml - it seems easier to me to use a cup or a glass as a unit of measurement. But if I were to write 125 ml of oil in the list of ingredients, then how many g of ammonia should I write (1/4 teaspoon). :) It's like I feel like a pharmacist, not a cook :))
Hi! See, if you wrote the amount in ml I already discovered & quotbuba & quot: my cups have 200 ml (I know for sure because I measure my boy's milk).
PS: For recipes, where possible you can also indicate in ml :).
With pleasure! To avoid interpretations, I will try to detail as much as I can the recipes.
Suuuperrrr good! I recommend the recipe. I just took them out of the oven :)))
I also made good cookies, but in addition to raisins I also put walnuts :) but I have an oven that bakes a bit hard and I burned them a little, but they are good anyway :)
they came out horrible. They taste like oil and that's it
I think it must still have at least a vague taste of rum.
:) I'm making fun of trouble too. especially since it's easier for me when someone else's trouble is greater: D
They turned out delicious. I'm waiting for 4 guests, I hope it stays until then :))
Let's try to see the beautiful part: if you don't have any cookies left, then at least your guests will be left with the impression that you are very good in the kitchen :) Anyway, until they come, you could "taste" a few more - to make sure everything is good: D
Should the ingredients be mixed with the whisk or can they be mixed with the mixer?
I don't think it matters. I find it harder to use the mixer, I think that's why I didn't use it - I keep mine in a box somewhere, in a drawer very high :)
they came out just like in your pictures and like in my dreams :) they are delicious. obviously we doubled the quantities to have at least 2 days: D. since I've been waiting for such a recipe. now the confectionery where we buy them will go bankrupt :) Thanks for all the minute recipes. I have only one dilemma with your recipes ... I don't know which to make first.
With pleasure! And if you still thanked me, I help you get out of that dilemma: make the recipes in the order in which they are grouped on the site, start with the cookie recipes and go down until you finish the pizza ones :) So you -It would be easier not to miss one. Although I'm glad when I read that the raisin cookies came out just like in your dreams, I feel a little sorry for the confectionery you bought them from so far: D
I just finished baking. Very good, easy and fast to make!
Unfortunately, as you will soon see, raisin cookies are just as easy and quick to eat :)
daaaa. I noticed that too :))
I also tried the cookies. They turned out delicious. I being a disaster in the kitchen :))
:)) Dorina, now you can talk about this in the past. Welcome to the world of cookies! : D
I stumbled upon this page and it already captivated me! Just reading the posts on this section of the steaks. I'm not talking about the extremely inspiring title!
It would be the culmination of the moderator. woman:))
I will take the next recipe from here, I promise!
Thanks! I want you to conclude that the other recipes live up to what I have already read.
I agree with you, it would be the culmination for a woman to title her culinary blog & quotBarbatLaCratita.ro & quot :)) A title, no matter how inspiring it may be, is far from enough to guarantee the success of a blog - otherwise I would call the blog & quotCeleMaiBuneReteteCulinare.ro & quot: D
And know that I am waiting for you to keep your promise)
Hi, I just discovered this recipe blog and I can say that it is extraordinary. I made the recipe for raisin cookies and it turned out well from the first one..they were delicious :) .. I also made glazed cocoa cookies, raisin cookies and lies..they also turned out very good. I will try other recipes, because they seem simple to me and do not require certain ingredients that are expensive or that I have not even heard of them. Keep it the same! And as many recipes as possible :) Flowers
Thanks, Flowers! See, if you haven't discovered the blog before, now you have a lot of recipes to recover :) You noticed well: I try, as much as possible, to publish simple recipes and to use ingredients as accessible as possible to everyone (even as a price) .
I made these cookies at the factory where I worked in my city and enjoyed them with pleasure, even at the risk of gaining weight, as if, while tasting, I got tired. Now I miss them as much as I miss home. I thank the LORD that I have given by prescription.GETA
Geta, from now on you will have the opportunity to taste these raisin cookies every day - but only if you allow time to make them so often :)
At the apple pie recipe, I confessed that I have a long waiting list and that I will make the recipes in half. But, see the feat: I made half of the cookies and while they were baking, I came up with the idea to reoet another half, but. this time I put an lg of cocoa in the composition. I kept my word, no. Two delicious halves. RV
Haha, ingenious idea! Of course you kept your word: D I haven't had a chance to taste the raisin and cocoa cookies yet, but it's not a waste of time.
If you haven't had the opportunity to try your own recipe in another version, come to us to serve you, ptc. I made the normal portion today
So the craving was great today :) Thanks for the invitation, but I think it's best to try them myself - lately I've received a lot of invitations, and at this rate I would end up not cooking at all :))
I made the super cookies last night and they are no longer there, so the first tray was all together but I added a little more flour and some almond flakes and they came out sensational !! Congratulations for the recipes !!
Thanks, Marina! It happens sometimes, especially due to the variety of flour used, but I see that you did not panic at all and you did well.
Interesting your blog! Not that I would be passionate about "cooking" but your recipes seem carefully chosen. Affordable ingredients, reasonable cooking time and explanations are more of a mature woman.
It doesn't really matter, as long as you are a source of inspiration for goodies! Bravo!
:) Well, for me it matters, if you consider that the explanations are more of a mature woman, this confirms to me the fact that I do a good job when I "edit" the recipes. But I don't quite understand why you think a woman should explain a recipe better than a man. Anyway, thinking that I will soon turn 35, it was time for me to mature a little: D
Hi! I made them tonight! They turned out good, although I'm not completely satisfied. I always looked at the oven but they didn't bake on top so I let them burn on the bottom. Anyway, they are almost finished so they were successful anyway :)
Hi, Lavinia. I guess you use a gas oven, that's the only way I can explain the weight with which they baked your raisin cookies on top. But, if they almost finished so quickly, it means that they didn't burn too hard on the bottom :)
Yes, it's on gas. I put baking paper in the tray and that burn stuck to the paper somewhat so they weren't bitter or anything and they ate quickly.
Thanks for the recipe they are very tasty and easy to prepare. Good health and A HAPPY EASTER
With great pleasure, Veronica! Happy Easter!
I am very happy with this recipe. I did it twice in three days! The people in the house really like & quottale & quot :) cookies. Congratulations on the recipe!
Thanks! You can say that from now on these are the "our" cookies, I just collaborated on them: I wrote the recipe, and you put it into practice :) I hope you will be happy with the recipe for as long as possible, and if you get tired of so many cookies with raisins, don't forget that I have a lot of other recipes on the blog. And not just cookies)
Man in the pan, you're great. As others have said, these are easy recipes, not tasty with fennel. I have made many of your recipes and I have always impressed someone, especially since I also like to cook. We want more.
Haha, I have serious doubts about my genius: D but I have no doubt when I say that I will publish new recipes (as simple and without backgrounds as before).
Hi! I would like to make this recipe myself and I have a question. What can I replace ammonia with?
Patricia, I also wrote in the recipe with what ammonia can be replaced, but it seems that you did not read carefully. :) & quot(ammonia can be easily replaced with baking soda)& quot. You could use in cookies with raisins and baking powder (which is baking soda already extinguished).
I'll be brief: seen. pleasant. done, eaten with gusto. Thanks for the recipe. More to come :)
You have nothing to do, Diana. So I want you to eat all the results of the following recipes :)
Very good and these like many others on the site. Didn't you think of changing your name to the Ideal Man?
Haha, I didn't think of that. although I received a lot of praise for the culinary recipes on the blog, I still kept my feet on the ground and I am aware of the flaws that prevent me from calling myself the Ideal Man :)
I also made the cookie recipe today. but they didn't turn out like yours, but rather a stronger cookie-shaped cake. Is it possible that you put too much baking soda?
Normally, raisin cookies should harden a little over time. As soon as they are taken out of the oven, the cookies should be slightly sticky, but in no case is it normal to look like a cake. To the quantities of the above recipe, clearly we must not put more than a quarter teaspoon of ammonium bicarbonate.
very good cookies, congratulations for the recipe. I am looking for a simple biscuit recipe for my 1 year and 3 month old daughter, I want to mention that she is allergic to milk protein and I try to keep her away from the so-called quality products on the market. So I went to work. and they turned out super good, my baby ate with pleasure. I will look for recipes here on the blog and not only for her but for the whole family.
God, what simple recipes, I seriously take & quotfursecurit & quot: D I start with the tender ones and then I think I take them all in turn :)
These cookies always made my mother poor, they were among my favorites, she let me put a teaspoon in the tray. and besides the given ingredients I also add a little cinnamon. they have a demented aroma. they are phenomenal
please tell me if you have a fasting option for cookies. thank you
by the way..referring to the message I left above (simona) I would like to add something else. mine are not getting stronger day by day (I saw your reply to a message above). I had them for about 4 days and they remained normal. mol
Can it be done without ammonia?
Yes, I think cookies would come out well with baking powder, but they would be quite different.
I prepared the recipe as in. blog, but I think it's my oven broken or something, because they swelled a little bit and after 15 minutes, they are soft and fluffy. Help!
Ready! I just took the first tranche out of the oven and, even if they are not white (rather beige-reddish) and are slightly fluffy and crumbly, they are delicious. I realized what I did differently from your recipe: I put olive oil (quality, extra virgin, bought from an olive grove in Lefkada - it was the only one I had in the house) and I had no patience to beat the sugar well.
I have prepared many recipes from your blog. This morning I tried a recipe for raisin cookies from another blog, prepared with butter, but I didn't have butter anymore and I said to simply replace it with oil. Of course the dough was "cut", I threw it away and looked for another recipe.
That's how I got to you. Thanks for "fixing" me this morning. :))
I like those beige-reddish cookies more than the whitish ones - they look more tanned, if you still made me think of that beach which is the symbol of Lefkada :)
Holidays, weekends or pampering, these hedgehog cookies cope brilliantly with any of them!
Flavored, with lemon and walnut, tender and easy to make, it successfully completes any cake plate. It keeps very well and several days (if you can) being ideal after dinner, as a dessert and with a cup of tea.
The ingredients are simple, do not contain baking powder or baking soda or other growth agents. The preparation method is even simpler, so let's see how it is prepared.
- For cookies
- 200 g butter
- 250 g flour
- a teaspoon of salt
- 2 eggs
- 100 g old powder
- a teaspoon of grated lemon peel
- For finishing
- 200 g walnuts
- powdered sugar
Preparation Hedgehog cookies
Mix in a bowl the butter, previously left at room temperature, with the yolks, flour, powdered sugar, salt and grated peel.
You need to get a homogeneous, non-sticky mixture.
Gather it into a ball and cover the ball with cling film.
Refrigerate for at least half an hour.
Take the ball out of the fridge and break the pieces of about 30 grams out of it. Shape them all into balls.
Preheat the oven to 175 degrees.
Beat with a fork, in a large bowl, the remaining egg whites from the dough.
In another bowl prepare the coarsely ground walnut (so not fine!) Eventually you can chop it on a bottom, with a sharp knife.
Pass each ball through the egg white, then through the nut.
Place the balls thus obtained in a tray with baking paper.
Put the tray in the oven and bake these hedgehog cookies for 25 minutes.
Warm, powder them with powdered sugar. I didn't powder them very much, I didn't want to make them too sweet.
The story of the recipe for tender cookies "Kisses of the Nuns"
I do not claim that the explanation of the name of the recipe is true. It's just that, as I will reveal later, I like to imagine it that way. On top of that, my story really offers a plausible explanation for this name.
The Josefin neighborhood, where I grew up, is one of the oldest in Timisoara. In the area adjacent to the city center, known during my childhood as "Fortress", the streets of the neighborhood were made up of houses that themselves had seen the stories of many generations. The newer houses were the Jugendstil, from the beginning of the last century, with high gates, beautifully crafted and elegant decorations.
The house where I lived was much older, built around 1850, unfolding in an L-shape. It had a side on a street shaded by lime trees and one on Vladimirescu Square. The sides of the L, the neighbors' house and the street fence delimited from the splendor, since then quite animated, a fairytale courtyard. I had a big fir tree in the yard, lilac bushes, roses and chrysanthemums. Seven apartments opened in this courtyard. Their inhabitants, I realize now, formed such a heterogeneous group that they could always be declared as 100% representative of the multiethnic and multicultural mix that was the neighborhood and the whole of Timisoara.
Adjacent to my grandparents' apartment was Mrs. Wilma, whom I already knew when she was old, with completely white hair. About 30 years later, she was still there. Also with white curls and the same blue look as the sky. "The German", that's what my grandmother called her. They weren't exactly friends, Buna accused her of snobbery and the fact that, not having children herself, she didn't even know how to behave with other people's children. Of course, this second unpleasant side of her personality had been proven by Wilma, showing a minimum of tolerance for the company of the child I was.
OTHER SWEET RECIPES OF GERMAN AND AUSTRIAN ORIGIN
Snobbery was another story. When she was nostalgic, Mrs. Wilma remembered the much better times she had had in her childhood and youth. This had happened before the family of wealthy merchants had been deprived of their wealth. Before deportation to Siberia. Wilma's story of her first communion. Her eyes lit up talking about the lace dress she had worn on this occasion, bought in Vienna. She also enjoyed talking about her school years. Her instruction was taken care of by the nuns of the Order of Sisters of Notre Dame, who had set up a Catholic school for girls in Timișoara in 1858, just two blocks from our house.
When she was in a really good mood, Mrs. Wilma served us a tender cake, filled with walnuts and scented with aromas. Don't forget to tell us that this is how the nuns at school rewarded her when she stood out by a good deed, with Nonnenbusserl & # 8211 Kissing nuns. I really liked these cookies, but Wilma didn't want to give my Grandma the recipe at all. My grandmother, a bully of her kind, was angry at once. He told Bunu & # 8217: "And the German woman tells about the nuns, even if she had studied at the Sorbonne she wouldn't have bragged more!".
Fresh chocolate cookies
For the holidays, for coffee or for dessert, these tender cookies they are very simple and melt in your mouth!
With a strong taste of butter and vanilla, chocolate only comes to complete their delicacy.
-Mom, please get them out of here if you want anything left!
Ingredients tender cookies with chocolate
- 240 g butter with 82% fat
- 120 g old powder
- a teaspoon of baking powder & # 8211 optional, not necessarily to put
- 2 sachets of vanilla sugar
- 2 eggs
- 400 g flour
- a little salt
- thermostable chocolate chips or jam / jelly
Preparation Fresh cookies
Mix the butter together with the sugar in a bowl until everything becomes homogeneous and frothy for about 5 minutes on high speed.
Add the 2 eggs one by one, mixing after every 2 minutes.
Turn off the mixer and add sifted flour mixed with vanilla sugar, salt and baking powder, in three stages, mixing after each tranche with a spatula, until smooth.
Prepare a good pos to which you attach a dui with a larger opening.
I divided the dough into 2, I made half of the cookies, they shaped half of them by hand.
Put the dough in the pos and spread the popcorn in a large tray in which you put baking paper.
In the middle, lightly press with your finger forming the holes in which you will put either jam or fruit jelly.
In the other half I added thermostable chocolate chips and I took the dough by hand forming balls, which I then flattened and with my fingers I shaped a little giving them an irregular shape.
I also sprinkled nuggets on their surface.
I preheated the oven to 190 degrees in advance, program with ventilation (you can also leave 210-220 degrees, normal program)
I inserted the tray with fresh cookies on the middle step and baked the cookies for 10 minutes & # 8211 be careful on time, each oven is different, for me it was perfect 10 minutes, but I insist you keep an eye on them.
What is a salad dressing or sauce?
First of all let's see what a dressing room is. According to dex:
Thus in Romanian it would be translated with yogurt sauce. But the name of dressing is much more popular and I think everyone knows what it's about.
The dressing can be prepared in larger quantities because it can be stored for 2-3 days in the refrigerator, in a closed jar. It is important that it is poured over the salad only at the time of serving so that its leaves are as crispy as possible. Any salad that is sprinkled with sauce or vinaigrette begins to soften due to the action of acid (vinegar, lemon juice, etc.) on the leaves.
Another simple salad dressing is vinaigrette that is prepared with vinegar and oil. I often make it for cabbage salad (see here) or roasted peppers (see here).
I leave you the ingredients for 2-3 servings of yogurt dressing with garlic and lemon and you can multiply them as needed.
Apple pie and tender dough with yogurt
- 2 yolks
- 100 gr sugar
- 100 ml oil
- 1 tablespoon solid lard
- 1 pinch of salt
- 1 sachet of baking powder
- 200 ml yogurt
- 500 gr flour
- 2 teaspoons lemon essence
- 1 kg apple Jonathan
- 4 tablespoons sugar
- 3 sachets of cinnamon sugar (from Dr Oetker)
- 1 tablespoon gray