No ImageChocolate Orange Shortbread Cookies

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  1. Diana

    Would powdered sprinkled on the cookie be good?

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  2. Eleanor Eastick

    Can the dough be rolled into logs, chilled and then cut into 1/8 inch thick rounds. It would be easier, if not as elegant.

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  3. Arzu Ayla

    I made these today, the dough was too soft to roll out and cut with cookie cutter. So, I made small balls and dropped them on the cookie sheet. i actually used one lemon zest, since i didn’t have any oranges at hand. I made the cookies look like lemons too. They turned out soooo good. I wish I can attach a photo here. The only mistake I made was to keep them in the oven for too long, they dried out a little, but still was yummy. Thanx for the recipe :)

  4. cindy

    I made these cookies again today. Little hearts for Valentine’s. They are great. I rolled them out between two silpats and transferred them to the baking sheet with a thin metal spatula. Thanks again for the recipe. It pleases the kids and the grown ups.


  5. inka

    I had the same problem as Jade! Mine started bubbling on the tray and spread out..they came out kind of brittle so I pulled out the second batch a lot quicker. Shame, I used such cute cookie cutters and in they end the rubble :-) tasted great. My butter wasn’t very roomtemperature but I did follow the rest of the recipe. Maybe next time I’ll try a bit more flour. Oh, I have a fan oven, would that make a difference?

    Inka, I can’t say on the fan oven. My guess, would be to chill the dough after cutting and check the oven temperature if it’s not running to proper temp. ~Garrett

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