EID Flower - Coconut Coated Biscuits -

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EID Flower

                                    Coconut Coated Biscuits

 

gateau sec enrobe de noix de coco

 

As promised here is the recipe for my EID flower, a simple biscuit, but very nice, soft and melts in the mouth. The cake is made with  flour and  boiled grated egg yolks   (do not say YUCK because you will not taste them lol), I also added some coconut to the pastry ( you don’t have to add this). For the decoration, I had the biscuits in my hands , I had prepared icing (which I had used for another recipe to come), chocolate, and coconut, and wasn’t sure what to use. Then my friend Djouza called me on the phone and we discussed the deco of this poor biscuit, I just wanted to give it some value so that it would find a place on my EID table lol and this flower was born.
XXX


Ingredients


250g butter
1 cup sugar
4 boiled egg yolk
1 cup (slightly less) cornstarch
1 tsp baking powder
1 tbsp vanilla sugar
1 to 2 tbsp of coconut (to taste)
Flour


Method:


Mix the butter and sugar.
Add the grated egg yolks and cornstarch and the coconut.
Add the baking powder and gradually the flour until the dough gathers into a ball, smooth, soft and definitely not too firm.
Roll out the dough on a lightly flour.
Cut the biscuits with a cookie cutter. The desired shape
Bake in preheated oven for GM5 20/25 min or until they are cooked.


 

But remember that many cakes that harden after baking  are the cakes which are not cooked properly.

Let to cool.


 

The deco:
I used four colours so I divided my coconut into 4 bags which I added food coloring.
Brush the cakes with jam or syrup or egg white.
Coat with coconut.

 

 

gateau sec, noiz gateau sec

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Comment on this post

Heni 09/08/2010 22:48


Esalaam and Saha Aidek!

I just found your blog machallah très belle! Too bad I already made my Eid cakes - I would have made yours! =)

Question; How much flour do you use here? Merci!


couscousandpudding 09/09/2010 00:19



hi,thxx,,, sorry i can't tell you  the exact measurement,,you just add flour until the dough is smooth and soft.. I've just been to your blog,,,waooooooooooo Allah ibarak,,I used to live in
Algiers and used to come a lot to Tipaza a very nice town, you are a lucky woman. i've put your blog on my favorites so I won't miss your delicious recipes..bizzz and happy eid,,



mimi 09/05/2010 14:31


mmmmmmmmmmmmm bessahtk ya lala .