It’s Christmas right away~ It’s a train to Strasbourg tomorrow morning, where there is the most famous Christmas market in France. Watch me take more photos. I have to deal with all kinds of things before I go, and I am busy with class, and I have to meet with friends. This will be making dumplings at a friend's house, and I am busy sneaking up to update a blog. I went to the Orsay Museum, which has been in my heart for a long time, and finally saw the exhibition. The 19th century American aesthetic masters, Rossetti, Bourne Jones, and Biazla... I became obsessed with each other from junior high school. An idol of incomparable worship. At that time, I bought a lot of pictures and watched it for countless times. The introduction of each piece of work was clear to the heart. However, when the real works appeared in front of me, it was almost tearful. Now I am no longer pursuing aestheticism, but the unparalleled color and form, the defense of idealized beauty, have deeply influenced me and deeply touched me. Back to the theme, Christmas Gingerbread Man~ How come Christmas has fewer gingerbread people? Golden biscuits with a charming scent, whether it is hospitality, eating or decorating the Christmas tree or dining table, are extremely simple, and can be made into different shapes according to your own hobbies, and the entertainment is also very strong. It is the best choice for the Christmas season.
Butter the butter at room temperature and add sugar to the fluffy white state. Add the eggs and syrup to mix evenly.
Powder mixed and sieved, added to butter
Knead the dough by hand and let it cool for 1 hour in the refrigerator.
Take out the dough and gently warm it up. Spread the flour on the countertop and knead the dough into a thin dough. The thickness can be mastered by yourself.
Use a biscuit mold to press out the shape you like, or you can cut a shape with cardboard and use
The oven is preheated to 180 degrees, and the middle layer is baked for about 10 minutes, depending on the thickness of the biscuit.