I promised to my colleagues to prepare them some cookies for next week,...
I lost all my recipes, so I have just looked around on Internet some recipe, and of course I adapted it!
This is my version of approx. 30 almonds sablés:
- 125 gr. of wheat flour
- 125 gr. of honey
- 125 gr. almonds meal
- 1 lemon peel
- 1 egg
- 100 gr. of butter or coconut oil or olive oil
- 1 pinch of salt
In a bowl mix together all the dry ingredients: flour, almonds and salt. When you have got it mixed, add the honey and the lemon peel sliced thinly, and ten the egg and melted butter/oil.
Mix everything with your fingers.
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 harder.
When the consistence is OK, take out of the freezer and slice the cylinder in 3 cm thick slices. Put the sablés on a baking tray, where you would have spread some butter or parchment before.
Bake 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 is it! You can keep it in an air tight 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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