Blue jar biscuits have always been in my mind. No matter whether they eat Jenny bear biscuits, or try a lot of delicious and delicious master recipes, but they can not replace the position of the blue jar in my mind. Ever since I started baking, I have always wanted to make the taste and texture of the blue tin cookies in my mind. After numerous attempts and modifications, I got today's recipe. I can't say that 100% is exactly the same as the blue jar, but at least 90% is the same. As far as the flavor is concerned, 95% is close. The only one I feel is insufficient. Still taste. The taste of the blue jar is crispier than this one. The recipe I gave here is more crispy. As for the dried cranberry, you can add it if you like it, or not if you do n’t like it, or even change it to other dried fruit, chocolate beans, etc. To make things at home, just choose from the taste you like at home and the things you have at hand, very casual. Although this cookie is still a little bit away from the blue jar in my mind, everyone who has eaten it said it is delicious. Whether it's family, friends, colleagues, or even my mother's colleagues, they feel very delicious. I ’m not even bragging, I do n’t believe you can try it yourself, and you wo n’t lose a lot of meat ~~~ haha ~~~ I was the first to study the recipe from the ingredients list on the back of the blue jar cookie, which contains wheat flour, butter, sugar, Eggs and coconut paste and compound leavening agent. I think the addition of coconut paste is a key to the sweetness of blue jar cookies, but not too much, otherwise it is coconut-flavored cookies instead of original cookies. The position of coconut paste in the whole formula should be the finishing touch but not the winner. The first thing I succeeded was the flavor of this cookie. In the end, every change was made in different proportions of butter, sugar and eggs. But one thing to note here is that you must use fermented butter to make this cookie, because I tried it, it is really different. The flavor of the president's butter roll and ordinary butter is completely different, the flavor of the president will be very close to the flavor of the blue pot. Blue tin cranberry cookies (round 4.5cm in diameter, 34 biscuits 1cm thick):
|Unsalted butter (please use fermented butter)||80g|
|Baking powder||1/2 tsp|
|Dried cranberries||30g (up to 40g, no more cookies)|
After the butter is softened (can be turned in the microwave for 20s to soften), add salt, sugar, and powdered sugar to fluff together until fluffy and white.
Add egg yolk and continue to beat.
Sift in low powder, baking powder, then add coconut. (I generally weigh the low powder and the coconut in the sieve at the same time, and then sieve it in at a time. The coconut cannot pass through the sieve. The main purpose of the low powder is to make the coconut fluffy and not agglomerated. That's it. After sieving in the low powder, the coconut syrup will be added again next time) I don't know if you understand it–hurry and express yourself poorly. . .
Cut and mix with a spatula until you can't see the dry powder.
Add dried cranberries.
It can be squeezed slightly by hand. Don't rub it, just knead it.
Then, with the help of a fresh-keeping bag, first roughly press the dough into strips.
Then reshape it into a cylindrical shape ~ roll it and roll it, it will become round, and there are fresh-keeping bags, you don't have to worry about sticking the dough on your hands, and the board is relatively clean. And it just happens to be able to freeze directly in the refrigerator.
Freeze in the refrigerator (the place where it will freeze) for at least 45 minutes, until it freezes. Preheat the oven at 180 ° C, and then cut the biscuits to a thickness of about 1cm.
Then put it on the middle of the baking tray, 180 ℃, and bake for 8 minutes. Then take it out and turn it over and continue to bake for 7 minutes. If your hands are afraid of being hot, you can use some tools to help turn over. For example, the very thin small steel ruler, as well as a knife and so on. . Use your imagination. . . Start with the tools at hand. . .
I think if the coconut biscuits are added to the cookies, it will be more fragrant if they are baked a little bit more.