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Serves up to 30 cookies
- 225g soft butter
- 140g sugar
- 1 egg yolk, whipped
- 280g flour
- 1 egg white, whipped
- Mix the butter & sugar in a bowl, once mixed add the egg yolk. Now add the flour and mix until we have a smooth dough.
- Divide the dough in 2 pieces cover them in plastic and let them rest for 45 minutes in the fridge.
- Preheat the oven on 190 degrees C/ 374 degrees F and cover 2 baking plates with baking paper.
- Take the dough out of the fridge and put the dough on the table and make it flat. Now use a cookie shape to cut out the cookies from the flattened dough and put them on the baking plates, bear in mind to leave space between the cookies.
- Bake the cookies for about 7 minutes, now cover them with egg white and add a bit of sugar on top and bake them for another 5-8 minutes. Once cooled down they are ready to be served - Bon Appetit!
Do You Love Tiramisu? Check Out My Fast & Easy Recipe For the Best Homemade Tiramisu
One of the first things that I think of when I hear or read 'Italy' is Tiramisu. I just can't help it. Of course, Italy has much more to offer then just their delicious Tiramisu.
Tiramisu is the most well-known dessert, it simply is the crème de la crème!
Tiramisu was invented by a confectioner called Roberto Linguanotto while he was working in his restaurant 'Le Beccherie' in Treviso, Italy. People say that tiramisu has aphrodisiac effects and therefore was served in brothels in Trevisto.
The name tiramisu comes from tireme su, which is dialect of Treviso for 'pick me up'. In Italian it's tiramisu.