1. cookie ( n. 2. All Purpose Flour ( - - - n. 3. Cornflakes ( ’ n.,pl. flour gram Butter gram Icing gram egg Baking powder teaspoon Vanilla teaspoon Milk powder gram Fresh milk gram Cornflake gram Cashew nuts gram Conference gram = Electric oven. = Beat the eggs = Bowl of flour. = Oar = Baking tray = Sieve all the cookies = Stencil paperHow to make cookies
* Your basic sugar cookie isnt particularly complex to prepare. The ingredients andequipment required to make approximately dozen cookies are as follows:Ingredients Youll Need * cups of flour, plus more for dusting * cup ( sticks) of softened butter * egg * cup of white sugar * / teaspoons of baking powder * / teaspoon of salt * / teaspoons of vanilla extract * tablespoons brandy or milk * Powdered sugar for dusting * Butter or oil to grease cookie sheetsEquipment Youll Need * large mixing bowl * smaller bowl * heavy duty mixer * spoon * Cookie cutters * Plastic wrap * Cookie sheet * Rolling pinStep : Mix Ingredients . In a large mixing bowl, combine the flour and salt. Set this bowl aside. . In the bowl of a heavy duty mixer, beat the butter and sugar together until
fluffy. . Whisk the egg, vanilla extract, and brandy or milk together in a separate bowl. . Add the egg mixture to the mixed butter and sugar. Beat until blended. . Slowly add in the flour mixture. * - If the mixture becomes too thick for your mixer, add the remaining flour byhand. Knead the dough on a flat surface until all of the flour is incorporated. . Wrap the dough in plastic wrap, and refrigerate for hours.Step : Bake the Cookies . Preheat the oven to degrees. . Grease the cookie sheets. . Roll out the chilled dough to approximately / - / inch thick on a flat surfacelightly dusted with powdered sugar, or a one-third sugar/two-thirds flour mixture. . Cut out the dough using your cookie cutters. * - To keep the cutters from sticking to the dough, spray lightly with cookingspray. . Place the cookies on greased cookie sheets. . Bake the cookies in the preheated oven for to minutes. If your ovenheats unevenly, you may wish to rotate the sheets after minutes. . The cookies are ready when the edges start to brown, and the cookie is golden;remove the cookies from the oven. . Cool on a rack for approximately hours before decorating or freezing.Decorating Before You Bake * If you like, you can decorate your cookies before putting them in the oven. Tryone of these pre-baking decorating techniques: . Sprinkle sugar on your cookies. Use coarse colored sugar for holiday themes. . Place nuts, colored sprinkles or dragees on your cookies.
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