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« Reply #10 on: January 17, 2009 05:19:33 PM »

Dang, I think that the nearest Greek or Med. store might be 2 hours away or so.  Living in the middle of nowhere sucks! Cheesy

When my mom (and I) make springerle, we press them with the mold, cut them out with a wavy cutter (fancy!) and let them dry out overnight.  I think that this is so that the molded picture looks all pretty after baking.  They puff up so much.  You can make them in flavors like orange and lemon (I'll need to try lemon), but traditionally you use anise.  My mom calls them anus cookies. Roll Eyes 

We have a lot of butt related recipes, including poop muffins and "go to the bathroom roll".  We are a super mature group! Wink

Your cookies make me really hungry.  If it weren't for the weather, broken car, and big party starting in 40 minutes, I would totally be at the grocery store buying baking supplies.
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« Reply #11 on: January 18, 2009 12:54:13 AM »

Love ammonia cookies!  Our neighbours growing up always made them at Christmas and sent over a box of them!!  Smiley  I got the recipe a couple years ago, and am yet to make them myself!  But I will!
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« Reply #12 on: January 18, 2009 04:41:16 PM »

Dang, I think that the nearest Greek or Med. store might be 2 hours away or so.  Living in the middle of nowhere sucks! Cheesy

Bummer! Some of the grocery stores I called when looking for the ammonia said they could special order it for me. One was a small family owned store and I think the other might have been Whole Foods or another organic type store. Google maps also provided me a lot of insight as to where some imported food stores are located, I had no idea most of them were there!

And orange sounds good as a flavoring, I'm not much of a fan of anise (or anus!). I've also seen the recipe with peppermint extract mmm!

Love ammonia cookies!  Our neighbours growing up always made them at Christmas and sent over a box of them!!  Smiley  I got the recipe a couple years ago, and am yet to make them myself!  But I will!

Definitely make them! It brings back so many memories Smiley
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« Reply #13 on: December 12, 2010 11:36:55 AM »

Growing up in the northern Midwest, our neighbor made these all the time and they've always been my favorite.  The name scares folks and they do smell terrible when they come out of the oven but they are so good.   I do use almond flavoring  instead of lemon and spread a basic buttercream frosting on them.
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