3D stars with nuts
When I was making Jasmine cookies for Easter, I was thinking about how to make stars in this way so that they would be three-dimensional. I got a pentagonal and hexagonal cutter and went to work. I tried, sliced and finally satisfied with the result - 3D stars.
- From all the ingredients, knead a smooth dough. Wrap it in foil and leave in the cold for 1 hour.
- From all the ingredients for the filling, knead a soft dough, leave it in the cold for 1 hour and then roll it out to a thickness of 5 mm and cut the tiles cc 1.5 cm in diameter with a small cutter.
- Roll out the dough, also between two foils to a thickness of 2.5 mm and use a cutter to cut pentagons or hexagons. Each should be cut on each page in the middle towards the center as in the picture.
- smear the middle of each with lightly beaten egg whites and place the plate in the middle. Coat the plate again with egg white and bend each corner towards the middle and press. Press the outer edges together.
- Cut small stars out of the rest of the dough. Coat the middle with egg white and stick an asterisk. If desired, add a little cocoa powder to the rest of the dough and use a fondant cutter to cut very small stars and stick them on top.
- Bake in a preheated oven at 180 * for 15-18 minutes.