These cookies get 5 stars for taste, but the recipe gets a fail. This is a difficult, poorly written recipe. I would not recommend it for inexperienced bakers or people with little patience. Suffice to say if you decide to attempt it, do the following: Plan to chill the dough for several hours before rolling, and even then, it will still be sticky and soft, so roll it out between two sheets of wax paper (which is not an easy task in itself so alternatively, use one sheet on the bottom and flour your rolling pin lightly and continuously as you roll). Remove the top sheet and simply divide the filling evenly between the two rectangles, leaving none leftover for the 'dollop' (there is not a sufficient amount otherwise). Using the bottom sheet of paper to help you along, roll the dough into a tube. Wrap and let chill in the freezer for about half to one hour. Take a length of dental floss and cut the rolls into sections. Put one roll back to chill in the fridge or freezer while the other is baking. Bake on an insulated cookie sheet for 12 to 15 minutes (they will still spread to about 3 times their original size). If using a non insulated sheet, line it with parchment and bake for the recommended amount of time, or until JUST starting to get light brown around the edges(watch them closely). Leave to cool on the baking sheet for about 15 minutes and then carefully remove to a cooling rack. Good luck.
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These cookies get 5 stars for taste, but the recipe gets a fail. This is a difficult, poorly...