These are unbelievably delicious and taste and look like authentic linzer cookies you would buy in a bakery. They are alot of work though, but in my opinion worth it for a christmas cookie tray. They dough was very difficult to work with so here is what I did. I refrigerated overnight. I took about a quarter of the dough and warmed it/kneaded it in my hands and placed it on top of a piece of parchment so it wouldn't stick. I then pressed down on it to begin to flatten it. Then I sprinkled it with flour and floured my rolling pin as I started to roll it. There were times that it stuck to the rolling pin or crumbled a bit but I just picked up the pieces and re rolled. The resulting cookies are light, almondy, buttery.........just delicious, impressive. Thank you for a wonderful recipe. Oh, also! I did not heat any raspberry preserves! I just bought the Smuckers squeezable seedless raspberry jam; worked perfectly!!
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These are unbelievably delicious and taste and look like authentic linzer cookies you would...