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Recipe Clementine biscuits by of 04-12-2018 [Updated on 04-12-2018]
THE clementine biscuits today, they are fragrant and fragrant tea biscuits. Clementines are a fruit that I don't usually use in the kitchen, I don't know why, but I snub them a little, but in these cookies they are perfect, present both in the dough to give aroma and flavor and as a decorative element. Ideal to make as a gastronomic Christmas gift, the clementine cookies will win you over, I promise!
This morning I am struggling with Christmas decorations, in the office they brought some simatic desk trees and I am ready to decorate the balconies with lights and the climbing Santa Claus: D
By now I'm in full Christmas mood both in the kitchen and out, so at the start a scented biscuits, endless cinnamon, saplings in a thousand shapes and fillings and so on. I run away, a kiss and have a good day: *
How to make clementine cookies
Press the clementines, extract the juice and filter it with a sieve to remove any seeds.
In a large bowl put the flour with the yeast, sugar, cold butter cut into small pieces, the egg, the grated rind of a clementine and the juice of the clementines.
Work everything well until you get a soft and homogeneous dough. Then form a ball, wrap it in cling film and let it rest in the refrigerator for an hour.
Meanwhile, cut the clementines into thin slices of about 2-3 millimeters.
After the time has elapsed, resume the dough, make balls the size of a walnut.
Take the balls that you have formed, crush them lightly and place a slice of clementine on top of each one, pressing lightly.
Place the biscuits obtained on a baking sheet lined with baking paper.
Sprinkle the biscuits with icing sugar then bake in a preheated oven at 180 degrees for about 10/15 minutes. Once cooked, take them out of the oven and let them cool on a wire rack.
Then serve the clementine biscuits.