Traditional recipes

Vanilla crusts

Vanilla crusts

Put the whipped cream in a bowl, add the vanilla sugar, essence and a pinch of salt and mix.

Gradually mix the flour mixed with the baking powder, first with a wooden spoon, then by hand, until you get an easy-to-work elastic dough.

Powder the table with flour and spread a thin sheet (or divide the dough in two) and cut shapes, or cut rectangles. Cut each one in half or prick it with a fork, then fry them in hot oil until golden.

Remove on paper towels, then powder with plenty of vanilla powdered sugar.

I also added a cinnamon powder on half of them, very good !!

In a deep bowl, place the eggs together with the powdered sugar, vanilla sugar and salt, mixing with a mixer at a lower level.

The butter (at room temperature) will be added over the eggs together with the chopped walnuts, lemon peel and flour together with the baking powder.

Knead the dough by hand, then squeeze into a ball.

The dough will be put in a plastic bag and left to cool in the refrigerator for about 30 minutes.

On a worktop sprinkled with flour, spread a sheet 5 mm thick, then with various shapes (attractive) will make cookies.

In the large stove tray lined with baking paper, place the cookie shapes.

To be more attractive, they will be greased with beaten egg together with 1 teaspoon of sugar (for gloss).

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Place the pan in the preheated oven at 175 degrees (proper heat) for about 20-25 minutes (until golden).

After baking, the vanilla biscuits can be powdered with powdered sugar or you can put a white chocolate icing on them (a white chocolate with 100 gr of butter that is put on low heat until it melts) colored with strawberry syrup, cherries, raspberries. , mint, blueberry, carrot, blackberry or lime peel.