Sunday, February 19, 2012

Modern Infusion of Linzer and Black & White Cookies

Posted by - April (Miss Conversationalist)



Miss C "hi, I'm April or at my blog I'm known as Miss Conversationalist. This is the my first post on "Have the Cake" and I hope you enjoy it! "

Linzer "linzer cookies came from the classic Austrian linzer torte"

B&W "black and white cookies are synonymous with New York bakeries, a place I would love to visit".

Miss C "so, I wanted to infused the classic linzer with the hustle and bustle of New York culture to bring you a... 

"Modern Infusion of Linzer and Black and White Cookies"
  • Instead of having the traditional fruit preserve filling I'm filling it with marshmallows (a nod to the new craze that swept New York, whoopie pies)
  • I'll be glazing the top cookie with chocolate icing"      

Recipe
Makes 6 big cookies

INGREDIENTS
Linzer cookie
100g         Unsalted butter
3/4 cup     Castor sugar
1/4tsp       Baking soda
pinch        Salt
1x             Medium egg
1x             Lemon zest
1.5 cup     Plain flour
20x           White marshmallows
Chocolate glaze 
120g          Dark chocolate
1/4 cup      Thickened cream 

METHOD 
  1. In a mixer, beat butter, sugar, baking powder and salt until combined. Add in the egg and lemon zest and combine. While the motor is running continuous add the flour until mixture starts to resemble a dough.
  2. Wrap dough in cling wrap and place in the fridge for 1.5~2 hours, or until dough is not sticky and malleable.
  3. Melt dark chocolate and thickened cream together over a pot of simmering water. Combine and place into fridge to thicken.
  4. Once the dough is ready, preheat oven to 170C, flour the kitchen top and roll out the dough to a thickness of 0.5cm. Cut with any shape you want. Just remember that you have to make the same number of bottoms and tops. The top cookies should have another hole, for example my star on the top cookie.
  5. Place the cookies inside and bake for 7~10 minutes or until it starts to brown slightly, allow them to cool. Now, place the marshmallows into an oven friendly bowl and place into oven. Remove from the oven once the top marshmallows start to brown. 
  6. Spread the top cookies with the chocolate glaze and the marshmallow mixture onto the bottom cookie, sandwich together.  

9 comments:

Farah said...

Wow! Your linzer cookies look simply fab!! Way to go! Lovely work!

Farah said...

Wow! Your linzer cookies look simply fab!! Way to go! Lovely work!

Alida said...

Beautiful and surely delicious!

Rena said...

I LOVE IT! How creative. They look amazing. Welcome to the group!

JavelinWarrior said...

Wow, those are beautiful cookies. Love the contrast and that you took the time to cut out the little stars! What a great take in Linzer cookies...

Vivian - Let's Try These... said...

Beautiful! I love the infusion!

Angela/Soap Mom's Kitchen/Sutherland Soap Creamery said...

Wow! You did a great job infusing both cookies. I love it!!! They look absolutely amazing!!!!

Winnie said...

These are BEAUTIFUL
I really like your creativity

LinsFood said...

Very imaginative - great job, they look so pretty! Well done on the first go, mine too!