Cute little turtle, dedicated to all children, children and children
1. Make a matcha dough, melt 50g of butter into a paste, add 30g of powdered sugar, and mix well. 2. Add one-third of the eggs, mix well, add the matcha powder and 85g of low-gluten flour, and mix into a dough without dry powder. 3. In the same way, 80 g of butter, 60 g of powdered sugar, 2/2 of the eggs, and 150 g of low-gluten flour are used to make the original flour dough. 4. Divide the original flour dough into two-thirds of the size and knead it into a cylinder. 5. Place the flour dough in the freezer for 20 minutes.
6. Roll the matcha flour into a rectangle. 7. Take out the cylindrical plain flour dough and wrap the matcha flavor flour on it. Roll it up and then knead it, then freeze it in the freezer for 45 minutes. 8. Take out the sandwich flour dough and cut the thin slices. This is the turtle's body.
9. Take out one-third of the original flour dough, and knead it into a thin section of the same thickness as the body. On top, use a knife to engrave the tortoise's head, limbs, and tail. 10. Place the head and tail limbs in the appropriate position on the turtle's body. 11. Oven 155 degrees, preheat.
12.155 degrees up and down, baking the middle layer, baking for about 18 minutes.
13. While the biscuits are cooling, melt the chocolate and put it into the piping bag.
14. After the biscuits are cooled, draw the eyes with chocolate and draw a pattern on the body so that the small turtle biscuits are finished.
Finished a small turtle biscuit.
Children's shoes that feel that the body is in trouble can all be made with matcha dough, but personally, the highlight of the little turtle is to color the body.