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« on: September 19, 2004 09:50:51 AM »

Okay so I had to make this for my gcse food tech project and its higly addictive although you can't eat a lot at once  Angry.

So:::

Simply start off with a basic cookie recipe like this:

Ingrediants for cookies:

150gms of self-rasing flour
75gms of caster sugar
75gms butter
1/2 a large beaten egg
pinch of salt

Method::

1. Rub the butter into the flour and sugar until the mixture resembles bread crumbs

2. Stir in the beaten egg using a round bladed knife and draw the mixture together into a ball.

3. Roll out the mixture onto a floured surface and using a cutter cut into biscuits

4. Gently lift cookies onto a greased baking tray leaving space for spreading

5. Bake at 180 C, gas mark 4 for approximately 15 minutes or until golden brown

6. Transfer onto a wire rack and cool

- The next step is the filling between the biscuits -

Ingrediants::

150gms of icing sugar
3 spoonfuls of cocoa powder
75 gms of butter
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COATING : 200gms of Chocolate

Basically just chuck them all in together and mix until they make a soft icing filling

Once the cookies are cooled spread it in between the cookies and sandwich them together

Then melt the chocolate in a bowl thats in a pan over the cooker and spread it all over the cookies...


And voila, they are seriously delicious, sorry about the babyish recipe I blame my f.t teacher Smiley
Love Han x
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« Reply #1 on: September 21, 2004 12:24:14 PM »

ACK! I wish I knew metric measurements!!!!
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« Reply #2 on: September 21, 2004 12:37:21 PM »

mlep sorrryy those were the only ones on my recipie..try a metric converter?
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