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does anyone have a recipe they would like to share? would be appreciated greatly...
Do you mean like macaroons? I'll have a look through my books.
just do normal plain cookies with almonds added.
mix sugar and butter. add one egg and self raising flour. some baking powder and chopped almonds. bake for tenish minutes at 190ish.
sorry lunarx, all gone a bit mad here. Got to get the kids to the drs, back with a recipe soon
i did that, stitch and they came out great.. a bit 'oily' but i think i didn't use the right kind of almonds..but should be okay!!
There used to be a delicious almond biscuit inthe Be Ro cookery book. This was the (eek!) 20 years ago version mind you. Almond rounds I think they were called... must get the recipe from my mum if she's not thrown the book away.
Ah - almond biscuit recipie from Be-ro book
175g self raising flour (be-ro of course)
pinch of salt
75g caster sugar
50g ground almonds
few drops almond essence
Heat oven to 180c, 350f gas mark 4. Grease 2 baking trays
mix together the dry ingredients, rub in the margerine
add the essence and mix well, bring together using your hands
roll out thinly and cut into rounds. place half a blanched almond on each
place on baking tray and bake for 15 minutes
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