Savory Walnut Cookies
Those who love savory cookies get around. The place of the dessert is separate, the place of the salty is separate, but I prefer savory cookies rather than ordinary sweet cookies.
Of course, what is more important to me rather than if they are sweet or savory is if they are delicious. The plain cookies with no flavor are obviously not my preference. I like cookies with a special aroma or flavor. The best examples are lavender cookies, lemon cookies and coconut cookies. And for savory cookies, olive roll cookies and parmesan cookies.
Today, I'm adding another among these nicely flavored cookies; savory walnut cookies. If you've tried my walnuts pastry recipe before, you should already know how well walnuts go with pastries. If you haven't tried it, at least you should have eaten a walnut bread before. It's delicious, right? It's the same in these cookies as well. They are really, delicious, crispy tea cookies.
I don't know if there's any need to say, but I'll mention it anyway. Do not use stale walnuts. If the walnut tastes bad, the cookies also will taste bad.
Enjoy the recipe...
- 100 g of butter, at room temperature,
- 1 cup finely ground walnut,
- 2 tablespoons cold water,
- 1/2 teaspoon baking powder,
- 1 wiping teaspoon of salt,
- 2-2,5 cups of flour,
- Sesame seeds to cover.
- Mix butter, baking powder, walnut and salt in a bowl,
- Add the flour gradually and start to knead,
- When the dough starts to set, add water (increase the amount if necessary) and knead the dough,
- Take small pieces of the dough, roll, cover with sesame seeds and place them on a tray covered with greaseproof paper,
- Bake in a preheated oven at 180 C degrees until they slightly crack and lgolden in the edges,
- Turn off the heat and wait 10 mins. before removing from the oven.