Jam Filled Cookies





Introduction: Jam Filled Cookies

About: just your average Hungarian-Dutch-Brazilian-Polish living in Bangkok, Thailand kind of person

These deliscious jam filled cookies are VERY easy-to-make and VERY quick to make. So if you need a quick,easy but deliscious recepie then this is the best choice!;) Enjoy!:D

Step 1: Ingredients

-225 g room temperature butter -125 g white caster sugar -350 g flour with a teaspoon of baking soda mixed in -half a teaspoon of salt -6 tablespoons of jam (i used half rasberry and half apricot jam but yours is optional;) -1 tablespoon of powdered sugar

Step 2: Let's Get Started

Warm the oven to 180 C.Pour the 225g of butter into a large mixing bowl with the 125g of sugar and mix it with an electronic mixer until it has a foamy mixture ,then pour in the 350g of flour by only adding a little every time , then add half a teaspoon of salt and a teaspoon of baking soda and mix it in.

Step 3: Making the Doe

Knead the mixture,make a flattened ball out of it.Then roll the doe until its 6mm thick.Then with a circle shaped gingerbread cutter cut out 40 pieces.After,separate the circles to 20-20 and put them on a baking tray with baking paper.Put one of the trays in the oven.On the other tray there should be 20 circles, with a bottle cap cut out 20 tiny circles from the middle.Then put this baking tray into the oven too

Step 4: Final Step

Bake the cookies for 10 minutes,then take them out and leave them cooling for 10 minutes.After put some jam on the circles with no hole,and stick one of the circles with a hole on top.One cookie done,19 to go.After all cookies are done,just put some powdered sugar on top of them and,Done!:) Enjoy;)



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    Mmmm...Jammy dodgers as we call them over in England! To us, this is a biscuit!

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    By recipe the two are quite different. This is made of yellow linzer dough not english linzer dough. The essential difference is that the yellow linzer is made with raw yolk (and much less of it than the english one) rather than whipped and slightly fried yolk.

    Sry, I didnt mean to write Zoà but I wanted to write Zoe

    Yes Im Hungarian,how did you know?:) and the circles I cut with the bottle caps I put all together and made another batch:) I hoped you all liked it;) love:Zoè

    what did you do with the circles you cut with the bottle caps? Throw them in the oven too! And give them to me in a plastic bag tied with ribbons.
    Kidding! Nice nostalgic project! Will have to try them again!

    as a child it was my favourite cookie! my grandma always made them for easter. oh wait...are you Hungarian?

    i haven't had jammie dodgers since i was a kid, love the ible.