Kurabye cookies two-color shortbread


Kurabye cookies two-color shortbread

The desire to eat something sweet with tea can give an incentive, to cook loose curabie cookies at home. This is a slightly modified homemade curabier recipe, half of the dough is made with cocoa powder, after which part of the light dough is combined with chocolate. Thanks to this, interesting stains form, and each cookie turns out to be original and unique. It is so attractive that it does not need additional decoration. Instead of regular sugar, add powdered sugar into the pastry and notice how airy and tender the cookies turn out. See step-by-step preparation of two-color shortbread curabier cookies with photo, and bake this wonderful cookie for another family tea party too.

Ingredients for Cooking Two-Tone Curabier Cookies

Butter 230 g
Vegetable oil 60 ml
Powdered sugar 5-7 Art. l
Cocoa 2-3 tbsp. l
Flour 300 g

Step-by-step preparation of two-color curabier cookies with a photo

  1. The kurabye dough should be sufficiently oily, so mix the softened butter (or margarine) and the vegetable until roughly uniform.
  2. Add powdered sugar to the oil mixture and mix well.
  3. Slowly add the sifted flour and knead a soft, plastic dough that holds in shape. Flour may need about 300 g.
  4. Divide the dough into two equal parts. In one part, mix the cocoa powder so that it is completely distributed over the dough, staining it brown. Work with the dough quickly, as it melts under the influence of warm hands.
  5. Preheat the oven immediately to 200 degrees. Nip off equal parts from each piece of dough, put together, rolling a ball, then press it down to form a round cookie.
  6. Put cookies on a baking sheet and bake curabe in an already well-heated oven to 200 degrees for 15 minutes.

Kurabye cookies retain freshness for a long time. Serve cookies with tea, milk or coffee. Enjoy your meal!

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