Rosa Cooking

Breton pallets

I recently got these fine cookies from my mom that she bought at Lidl and I immediately rushed to look for recipes so I could make them myself at home. The recipe is from a French blog

Preparation steps

  • Whisk the egg yolks with the sugar and vanilla sugar. Add the prepared butter and combine finely. Then add sifted flour with pzp. Knead a smooth, soft dough and shape two oblong sausages in cling film and leave them in the fridge for 2 hours.
  • Turn the oven to 170 degrees. Cut the dough into 1cm thick rings (do not make them thinner). Put them in a muffin tin to keep the shape. Bake for about 12-15 minutes until they get a nice golden color. It will be soft to the touch, but as it cools it becomes harder and more brittle. Store the cooled biscuits in a metal container with a lid.


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