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Mary's Kourambiedes

Mary's Kourambiedes created by katia

Mary, a family friend, makes great kourambiedes. They are a little different because they use semolina. I really love them, I eat each time 2 pieces! A good thing that Christmas are once a year!

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  • Boil the almonds in a pot with water for 5 minutes.Then peel them and cut in quarters.
  • Beat the butter with the sugar until its gets "white". Then add the egg yolk the vanilla,the semolina,the brandy and the almond pieces.
  • Then add the flour little by little. Make a soft but not sticky dough.
  • Next, using small amounts (about 1 1/2 teaspoons of dough), shape in crescent shapes by gently rolling the dough around between the palms of your hands.
  • Bake in a prehetead oven at 350F for 15-17 minutes.
  • Dust them with the remaining powdered sugar when they are still hot.
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"Mary, a family friend, makes great kourambiedes. They are a little different because they use semolina. I really love them, I eat each time 2 pieces! A good thing that Christmas are once a year!"
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  1. katia
    Mary's Kourambiedes Created by katia
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  2. katia
    Mary, a family friend, makes great kourambiedes. They are a little different because they use semolina. I really love them, I eat each time 2 pieces! A good thing that Christmas are once a year!
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