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I forgot to give this recipe the 5 stars it earned. I make mine just like this-but I leave out the orange zest, sometimes I make them with a tablespoon of cocoa. This recipe for my favorite pan dulce is great.

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YRthesmokedetectorsringin June 15, 2014

These were fun to make. After you mix in the flour, the dough is really crumbly but the warmth of your hands help pull the dough together. I did not use any extra flour to roll them out because I used my Pampered Chef pastry mat. With no circle cutter, I opened both ends of a can of veggies. This really worked great for a cookie cutter. I baked mine for 18 minutes and they came out with a light tan. These had more of an intense orange flavor before they were baked. I can't wait to make this again. Made during * Zaar World Tour 5* 2009 game for team *Genies of Gourmet*

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Charlotte J June 14, 2009

DH is the cookie lover and he gave these 3 stars but he does like cookies that have a lot of action going on inside them. I did think they were a little bland but i realize this is a traditional a cookie so I have to give it 4 stars. I think next time I would add nuts or raisins. Made for ZWT 5.

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Jamilahs_Kitchen June 14, 2009

Fabulous! It's nearly crunchy or nutty like a Russian cookie without the nuts. It looks like it might be powdery but it isn't.. and I like the slight orangey taste in it too. Delightful! Muchas gracias! Made for ZWT5. Zaar Chow Hounds.

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Pneuma June 11, 2009
Polvorones (Mexican Wedding Cakes)