Recipe by RMEG58
"Fried snowflake cookies, Scandinavian-type. My kids love these, especially at Christmas time."
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vegetable oil for frying
confectioners' sugar, or as needed
I loved the idea of these - I love making paper snowflakes and thought they'd make awesome cookies for a gift basket. They're a bit too delicate for gifting and no kidding do they take a long time. The taste by itself is like a fried wonton wrapper but sprinkled with the powdered sugar and drizzled with honey they're crunchy and sweet. The dough was good to work with and folded/unfolded easily when cool and dusted w/flour. I won't make this again unless I make it a family event with lots of hands to help. You'll probably have better luck with a good heavy rolling pin and practice with deep frying to golden perfection.
To speed this process along, I suggest using the medal snowflake cookie cutout from William's-Sonoma :0)
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Scandinavian Snowflake Cookies
Serving Size: 1/32 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 32
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 26
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