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Captain’s cookies for Christmas

November 29th, 2020 | bread & pastries

Of course, these delicious nougat hazelnut cookies were not always called Captain’s cookies, as one rarely knows as a young child which profession he will take up as an adult. And this preference does exist already as long as this. So to say, recipe and biscuits have also been promoted.

Captain’s cookies for Christmas

Every year in the run-up to Christmas a few trays are baked and enjoyed either sent on board or at home. This year, unfortunately I’ll have to send them on board again…

Captain’s cookies

(All ingredients should be at room temperature so that they combine well – also allow 1 hour to cool)

300 g flour
1 ts baking powder
100 g sugar
1 pack vanilla sugar
1 egg
½ bottle rum flavor
mix all ingredients, add
125 butter , in flakes
150 g nougat mass, cut in pieces
add butter and nougat and knead dough with the dough hook, wrap in rolls of 3 cm in diameter in plastic wrap and cool
150 g hazelnut kernels
roast until the skins burst off, scratch away the skin with a kitchen towel
cut dough into 3 mm-thick slices, place one nut on top of each cookie and bake 10 minutes at 175° C

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