I promised to my colleagues to prepare them some cookies for next week,...
I lost all my recipes, so I´ve just look around on Internet some recipe, and of course I go and adapt it!
This is my version of approx. 30 almonds sablés:
- 125 grs. of wheat flour
- 125 grs. of sugar
- 125 grs. almonds powder
- 1 lemon peel
- 1 egg
- 100 grs of butter
- 1 pinch of salt
In a bowl mix together all the dry powder: flour, sugar, almonds and salt. When you´ve got it mixed, add the lemon peel sliced thinly, and ten the egg and melted butter.
Mix everything with your finger.
Spread some plastic film on the kitchen table and put the preparation, shaping it as a cylinder of no more than 4/5 cm of diameter. Close the film and shape it round. Put in the freezer for 10/15 min till it gets a little bit more harder.
When the consistence is OK, take off the freezer and slice the cylinder in 3 cm long slices. Put the sablés on a baking tray, where you would have spread some butter before.
Oven it for 30 minutes at 200ºC,... my oven is a small bad oven, so I usually need more time than a normal oven,.. I do believe with a normal oven, you need 10 minutes!
That´s it! You can keep it in a plastic box for a couple of weeks, if you are able to,... usually, the cookies are eaten the day I do it!!!! And I know that it will hard to keep it away from my boyfriend today,... but I will try!!!
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