I made these cookies, for the first time, this Christmas. My family raved about it even though I had made 4 other types ... these were their favorite. I used powdered unsweetened chocolate, approx 4-5 tablespoons and 4-5 teaspoons of white sugar, instead of squares. I took a members advice and rolled the dough out between 2 pieces of parchment paper. No need for a floured work table and floor getting dusted. To prevent slippage, I held the ends of the paper down with one palm and rolled a wooden rolling pin down the length of the paper. After a few attempts, the dough softened and I got the knack of it. I kept the paper on the bottom to transfer it and flip it onto the other rolled dough. Easy, neat and hygienic. Rolling was sushi-style. I used the cutaway edges to briefly mix the 2 doughs together, into a ball then partially flatten. This made a marblized design. I will be making these, again, for Easter, using pastel colors and different flavors.
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I made these cookies, for the first time, this Christmas. My family raved about it even...