Tuesday, March 23, 2010

TWD : Dulce de Leche Duos in italiano a seguire


This week it was Jodie of Beansy Loves Cake who decided on Dulce de Leche Duos. I expected a kind of alfajores like the ones in the post ( the recipe is fantastic and if you have some dulce de leche leftover I recomend it !) but they were different (they spead but this is not the only difference !) and very lovely too ! ! I decided to put some melted chocolate in the inner sides as Dorie suggests as you can see above and while doing this I forgot some cookies in the oven so they came out very crispy and got an outer chocolate layer ! I decided to give most of the cookies to the kid's teachers for Easter so no going around in my building with cookies for tonight !Please visit Jodie for the recipe and the TWD site for more cookies !





Italiano

Questa settimana è stata Jodie di Beansy Loves Cake a scegliere la ricetta che credevo somigliasse agli alfajores che avevo fatto un po' di tempo fa (tra l'altro se non li avete ancora provati fatelo e vedrete!) e invece erano diversi e comunque molto buoni. Nel libro Dorie suggerisce di sciogliere del cioccolato e di pennellarlo sull'interno dei biscotti prima di farcirli con il dulce de leche : squisiti !

Ricetta

280 gr farina
1/4 di cucchiaino di sale
1 cucchiaino di bicarbonato
225 gr burro
150 gr di zucchero di canna
170 gr do dulce de leche
115 gr zucchero
2 uova grandi

Accendere il forno a 180°.
Setacciare la farina, il bicarbonato e il sale.
Montare il burro, aggiungere il dulce de leche e i due tipi di zucchero e montare per un paio di minuti.
Aggiungere le uova uno per volta e fare amalgamare.
Unire la farina senza mescolare troppo.
Formare dei biscotti sulla placca da forno lasciando parecchia distanza tra uno e l'altro e cuocere per circa 8/10 minuti.
Una volta raffreddati farcirli con il dulce de leche o, come ho fatto io, spennellare prima di farcire con cioccolato fondente fuso.

31 comments:

Jodie said...

Ciao Natalia! Your cookies look fantastic! Grazie di aver partecipato nella preparazione di questi biscotti!

Kimberly Johnson said...

Great job on the cookies! I'm the teachers will love them!

Federica said...

deliziosi a dir poco! baci!

Teanna DiMicco said...

What an awesome treat for the teachers! Gorgeous!

chocolatechic said...

Beautiful cookies.

Mine spread, and spread and spread.

Dajana said...

Non sono ancora riuscita a fare la prima ricetta e sei già arrivata con un altra. Per fortuna ho preparato due barattoli di Dulce de leche.
Buonissimi senz'altro.

Mary said...

They look lovely! I wish my students would bring me cookies! Mine didn't spread at all, so that's why I made the sablees. I do love alfajores, so next time...

Jennifer said...

I don't know anyone who would turn down these wonderful cookies! Your cookies look great!!!!

Valerie said...

That melted chocolate looks soooo good!

Cakelaw said...

Fabulous Natalia - love the chocolate coating inside.

elra said...

That sounds so good Natalia. Your kid's teacher must be very happy to received this cookies.

jillbert said...

They look very good with the chocolate! Such a nice gift for the teachers.

Jodie said...

No, Natalia. My husband speaks Italian and he told me what to say. :) I'm trying to learn, though, because we're going to Bari in Sept for a wedding!

Romaine said...

Love the little packages. Lucky teachers!

CB said...

What a great treat for your kids' teachers! Love the little cookie bags.
-CB
http://iheartfood4thought.com

Susan said...

Great job! Love all the cookies bagged up ready for the teachers. :)

New moon said...

Wao what a Great cookies and i like it very much. thanks for sharing with us....

Easter Wishes

Nickki said...

The cookies look gorgeous! What a lovely gift for your childrens teachers :-)

Marthe said...

Natalia, the cookies look really pretty with the chocolate coating! Your kids teachers must have been really happy to receive these!

Amanda said...

I'm sure they will love them! I had to do a rewind this week, didn't have the ingredients. Still want to make them though!

Tia said...

what cute gift bags!

Leslie said...

The teachers will LOVE you! I bet these were wonderful with the chocolate on top of the extra crisp cookies.

Vanillastrawberryspringfields said...

Ciao dear Natalia ....u have delicious cookies as always:-))))

Pamela said...

They look so lovely! And I'm sure that they were very much appreciated by the teachers.

TeaLady said...

These were good, weren't they. And those look just perfect.

Wish I had teachers to give to, but my little ones are grown (not gone, but grown).

Natashya KitchenPuppies said...

Delicious! And how sweet of you to bring them in for the teachers!

Mimi said...

Lucky teacher, great job on the cookies.
Mimi

The Blonde Duck said...

Delicious!

Liz said...

Yes, I was hoping they were more like alfajores! Oh well. Yours look fabulous.

Jessica said...

Your cookies look lovely! I didn't get a chance to make these last week, but I think I'm going to try to make them sometime this weekend. They look too tasty to skip. What a lovely treat for the teachers!

PheMom said...

Lucky teachers! Those look fantastic!