Last Christmas, I wanted to make some Christmas-style biscuits, but I really didn't like fondant and pigment. So I finally borrowed the way of panda biscuits and thought of making a Christmas tree. Matcha powder and cocoa powder are all natural, just right. After finishing the discovery, there are a lot of people who like the circle of friends, and I want to take a tutorial. Obsessive-compulsive disorder, like me, feels that you must take a good photo when writing a tutorial. This year, I plan to do some friends who are far away, so that Mr. can take pictures and help me record it.
Low powder and sifted with powdered sugar
Put the butter softened at room temperature into the pot, and the flour syrup
Converted into bread size
Pour in the egg liquid (the whole egg is beaten evenly and take the amount you need)
Divided into 360g, 100g, 20g
Mix the two small doughs with matcha powder and cocoa powder.
The cocoa dough was flattened and frozen for 30 minutes. Matcha group is made into a triangle strip (as far as possible to make an acute triangle, the top corner is made of a pointed tip, you can use some auxiliary tools, such as a ruler, a cutting board), dig the groove, embed the cocoa strip, and then freeze it in the refrigerator for 30 minutes.
Wrap the butter dough, plastic shape, wrap the plastic wrap in the refrigerator for 20 minutes.
Slice (when cutting, you can first draw a scale on the long dough. I will cut it into 8mm each piece, the knife is also thin with a blade, the sharp cut piece, use the knife to pay attention to safety)
Set the baking tray and put it into the oven that has been preheated and fired at 150 °C for 20 minutes.
1. Each house's oven has a different temper, and the time and temperature can be adjusted appropriately to find out the temper of the oven. You can check the color of the cookies when my reference time is approaching. 2. The flour is different, and the water absorption rate will be different. It doesn't matter if everyone makes small adjustments according to their actual situation.