World Laurent Mariotte unveils his recipe for cookies and it is very gourmet

18:58  22 january  2021
18:58  22 january  2021 Source:   femina.fr

Tartiflette: the easy and tender recipe by Laurent Mariotte

 Tartiflette: the easy and tender recipe by Laurent Mariotte © ISTOCKPOHOTO Tartiflette: the easy and tender recipe by Laurent Mariotte Here is a comforting dish to enjoy with family and friends this winter: the tartiflette! Make the delicious, easy and gourmet recipe by Laurent Mariotte. A comforting family dish, the tartiflette will delight young and old gourmets ! So to please the whole family, make a chef's recipe at home. Laurent Mariotte shares with us his tips for making a tartiflette in the most delicious way! It's your turn.

He said I blew his mother's recipe away. If your cookies come out flat it is most likely due to over mixing. Cream butter and sugar until very light and fluffy 4 or 5 mins. if you like. Excellent, excellent recipe ! I've tried several oatmeal cookie recipes and this one definitely is the best.

Pecan Meringue cookies are a classic cookie to make for holiday gatherings, especially Easter! We made his recipe together and it is wonderful! About the dryness: English meringue deserts are VERY DRY and they use heavy creme or chocolat as sauce.

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Laurent Mariotte dévoile sa recette des cookies et c’est très gourmand © iStock Laurent Mariotte unveils his recipe for cookies and it's very gourmet

Although cookies are one of these simple desserts to make, they still require a little dexterity. After salivating over the versions of Cyril Lignac , Pierre Hermé or Christophe Michalak , we are now enjoying this recipe by Laurent Mariotte. It was during his program Petits Plats enilibre (TF1) that the host revealed all his secrets to cooking tasty homemade cookies.

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Very good recipe for sugar cookies . I slimmed them down by using skim milk instead of the cream and it still turned out great. I was very happy with this recipe . I have made it several times since I first printed it out. I made a batch of Cookie Press Butter spritz cookie and a regular batch of sugar

Here is Laurent Mariotte's cookie recipe (Small dishes in balance, TF1):

For 10 cookies

Preparation: 25 min

Cooking: 12 min

2 h of freezing + 15 min of refrigeration


10 tbsp. coffee chocolate-hazelnut spread 115 g soft butter 220 g flour 1 large egg 200 g brown sugar 1/2 tsp. 1/2 teaspoon baking soda 1/2 teaspoon of baking powder. of salt 2 tsp. coffee vanilla extract 150 g chocolate chips

Fill 10 cells with an ice cube tray with spread and place in the freezer for at least 2 hours.

Preheat the oven to 140 ° C.

In a large container, mix all the powders with the soft butter and knead to obtain a sandy texture. Then add the egg, vanilla extract and mix. Place the dough in the refrigerator for 15 min. Divide the cookie dough into 10 equal parts. Form balls and then dig a well in the middle to insert the frozen chocolate spread hearts. Close gently by covering all the spread, place the small balls of dough on two baking sheets covered with baking paper.

Bake for 12 min then let cool and enjoy.

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