Sesame Greek Easter Cookies (Koulourakia)

Sesame Greek Easter Cookies (Koulourakia) created by Probably This

Traditional Greek cookies are 2 small strands of dough twisted together and brushed with egg-milk mixture and sprinkled with sesame seed.

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  • Cream butter. Add sugar gradually.
  • Add eggs one at a time alternately with orange juice.
  • Add flour that has been sifted with soda and baking powder, a little bit at a time. Should be a soft dough.
  • Shape as desired and brush with egg and milk mixture. Traditional Greek cookies are 2 small strands of dough twisted together and brushed with egg-milk mixture and sprinkled with sesame seed.
  • Use greased cookie sheet. Bake at 375 degrees to 400 degrees for 10 to 12 minutes.
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"Traditional Greek cookies are 2 small strands of dough twisted together and brushed with egg-milk mixture and sprinkled with sesame seed."
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  1. Probably This
    This was a great recipe, and I can imagine the simple braiding of the dough would be a fun task to give kids! Perfect snack with coffee or tea.
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