Recipe by Nancy
"Elegant little tea cookies with an almond pressed into the top. I like to cut the whole almonds in half to put on top of the cookies."
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chopped blanched almonds
2 2/3 cups
sifted cake flour
the cookies turned out, except the recipe does not give any info for the glaze. They are like the chinese almond cakes in that they are cake like in texture (puffy, not flat like the photo) - I guess because of the cake flour. I would recommend roasting the whole almonds to make them crunchy on the cookies...they are kind of soft otherwise.
My mother made these cookies at Christmas time when I was growing up. YUM!
May want to use unsalted butter and/or reduce the amount of salt in recipe, depending on taste preferences.
The recipe was simple, easy and turned out really awesome. Again like the previous person has stated there is no recipe for the glaze, but they still turned out great, will definitely choose this recipe to make again!
this turn out very salty! i had to add more flour and more sugar. other then adding more stuff to this recipe it was good. if any one makes this. do not put salt in it.
thanks for the recipe. Refreshingly light and great after I make a stirfry!
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Glazed Almond Cookies
Serving Size: 1/24 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 24
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 105
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