The butter is cut into small pieces and softened at room temperature. Add the fine sugar and mix well. No need to send
The two coffee powders are dissolved in hot boiling water to form a viscous coffee liquid. Let cool
Sift the cocoa powder into the butter and mix well
Add the whipped cream to the mixture and mix well.
Pour the coffee liquid into the butter mixture and mix well.
Stir in low-powder until no flour is visible. Do not over-mix to prevent flour from sticking out.
Divide the dough into 5g small portions of the dough. When weighing the dough, be careful not to let the surface of the small dough water lose water, so as to avoid the surface cracking during the later shaping.
The dough is rounded and gently kneaded into a jujube shape. The dough is gently pressed to make the surface slightly flattened and placed neatly on the baking sheet. Use a knife back to press a straight mark on the longitudinal centerline of each group.
Preheat the oven to 165C and bake for about 20 minutes. The time can be adjusted according to the taste of the biscuits, and the biscuits are taken out immediately after smelling the smell.
Coffee cakes are cooled and sealed at room temperature
1. This biscuit is a hard biscuit. The butter does not need to be beaten. It is softened until no hard mass is added. Add the sugar and mix well. 2. Dissolve the amount of water in the coffee powder and control it. Add as little water as possible to form a thick liquid like tar. Instant black coffee powder can not be added, I personally like coffee flavor; I also sifted 2+1 coffee to remove the sugar inside, the sweetness is lower. The biscuits made are very sweet and the coffee is very strong. 4. No cocoa powder can be omitted, and cocoa powder is designed to increase odor and color depth. 5. The biscuits are just a little soft to be baked, please wait for the cool and then seal. 6. As soon as possible, it is conditional to put a dehumidifying deoxidizer in the sealed box to extend the storage time. Anyway, I just finished eating it in one day and I don’t have to put it in a sealed box~