My Mother what I have abandoned the blog! Between some things and others I have not had much time to dedicate, and also, let's be honest, I'm a bit vague, but September is already here and you have to put your batteries, so be vagrant and move. These cookies were made for my son to take to a meeting with the bellmen of my town, do not miss the good that they sing and play, by the way, they just recorded a record. I want to dedicate this entry to Salomé, friend of my children who liked coo..

Cheese and rosemary cookies

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My Mother what I have abandoned the blog! Between some things and others I have not had much time to dedicate, and also, let's be honest, I'm a bit vague, but September is already here and you have to put your batteries, so be vagrant and move.

These cookies were made for my son to take to a meeting with the bellmen of my town, do not miss the good that they sing and play, by the way, they just recorded a record.
I want to dedicate this entry to Salomé, friend of my children who liked cookies and asked him to put the recipe on the blog. Salomé, here you have them, I hope you do them and tell me how they came out!

Good weekend, kisses!



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Cheese and rosemary cookies

225 gr. of cold butter cut into cubes
250 gr. of flour
250 gr. of grated gruye cheese
1/2 teaspoon of cayenne
2 teaspoons of chopped fresh rosemary leaves
1 beaten egg yolk with a teaspoon of water

We lined 2 baking trays with paper vegetable.
In a bowl we put the flour, butter, cheese, cayenne and chopped rosemary, and make a dough to which we will add water if necessary.
We spread the dough with the rolling pin, on a floured surface, and we leave it with a thickness of about 5 mm.
Cut with a pastry cutter and put them on the oven trays, cover with kitchen film and put them in the fridge for 30 minutes so they are firm. and we paint with the beaten yolk, bake for 10-15 minutes or until they are golden, with the oven preheated to 180º.
Place them on a rack and let it cool completely.


Source: Baked Delights
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