Sugee* Butter Cookies
WELCOME TO WEEK TWO OF CURIOSITY TO THE OVEN X J:ETUDE COLLABORATION!!
Oddly, There’s not much to say for these cookies. I like them, and have turned off some friend when they were watching the process. When I say these are butter cookies… I really do mean that they are BUTTER cookies.
IF the dough does not come together, you may want to try either adding very little water, or replacing one of the egg yolks with a full egg instead.
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Okay, odd question time. Is ladyfingers spelt “ladyfingers” or “lady fingers”? I’m always confused by that.
So in case you can’t tell, this week’s entry is ladyfingers. This is actually a surprisingly easy recipe. My friend actually asked me today if they were hard to make and I told her it was one of the easiest recipes I had ever worked with.
I have a confession to make, I am actually unable to bake cookies. For some odd reason, my cookies never come out right. I remember making my first batch of oatmeal cookies from scratch. Not only did they taste funny, but they were possibly burnt; I was 15. The first time I made premade cookies (they kind you just put into the oven and bake it for however long and you’ll have perfect cookies), I under baked them then I burnt them. Recently I tried to make Pillsbury Easter cookies, and I put the oven on broil instead of bake and, well, you can guess the results. So, to me, it is a miracle the biscotti turned out fine.
I actually decided to try and make biscotti because my piano teacher requested them. Thanks to this recipe, my piano teacher thinks that I would make a wonderful girlfriend. She is basing this purely on the fact that I make basically whatever dessert she wants to eat. It’s not really girlfriend material, I’m just REALLY bored