Friday, September 10, 2004

 

Cooking Tip

A good way to make cookies when the batter is soft enough to spoon on the tray. Grab a spring form tin, line it's base with baking paper and fill (only about a finger width in depth) with cookie batter. Cook for an extra 10-20 minutes at suggested temperature. Once it is out of the oven, and still hot, cut into squares with a large knife.
Do not saw with the knife or you may break up the still soft cookie dough.
Allow a minute or two to cool down then use an egg flip and loosen from the baking paper.

This method worked really well and allowed me to make more cookies then I would have had I used a spoon to drop the dough onto the tray.

Plus then no one notices (quite as much) if you take one or two before they are finished cooling.

Warm choc chip cookies........mmmmmmmmmmmmmmm

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