These are the ultimate Gingersnap cookie, thanks to the lemon juice. Snappy and sweety and chewy--all in one little cookie. Rolled in sugar, cracked top, loaded with flavor. Take 'em to the fair--you'll win a BLUE RIBBON!--cuz they turn out perfectly EVERY time!
Yummy as a spread on hot rolls or toast. Makes a great gift. Stores indefinitely in refrigerator. Indicative of man regions for ZWT especially those with citrus crops, pastries to top with fancy flavored butters and those countries who still observe TEA! France, Britain, etc... Note: This has a TON of sugar- thanks to fantastic reviewers I can offer this suggestion- start with 1/4 cup sugar (4Tbsp) - taste a bit and add more sugar to taste!
These pies are baked rather than fried, and can be filled with any favorite filling - fruit preserves, pie filling, fruit butters, etc. My son's favorite filling is Smucker's strawberry preserves. For easier preparation, I mix the ingredients in the food processor, and those instructions are given below, but you could easily mix them by hand as well.
Note - the time listed does not include the chilling time.
This flavoured butter is from Norway. Traditionally you serve it cold with hot grilled or fried fish. I like to serve it with lentil soup and nutty brown bread. Allow the butter to chill before serving. Posted for Zaar World Tour 2005.
Use this butter on chicken breasts & broil them. Also use on Bread or Bolillos (Mexican buns) or put a dab on your veggies.Great on Hamburger buns or steaks. Many used and it will keep in the freezer for over a month.