Tuesday, April 16, 2013

Strawberry Jam Cookies


I came across this recipe when I was browsing thru some cooking blogs. I always loved jam cookies, esp pineapple jam. So why strawberry? Oh, cos I recently bought a tub of strawberry filling from RG's class. And I didn't really like it in between my cakes so I tot I put it to good use rather than wasting it, leaving it to expire in the fridge.


I found the recipe quite straight-forward and simple. But 1 thing I don't really like was, it is very sticky. I added about 3-4 tbsp of cornflour to the dough as I was rolling them out. After adding the cornflour, it is easier to roll and cut. I cut them into hearts, then some with a small little hole to 'expose' the filling.


The smell of the cookies baking is very fragrant. I tasted the cookies on its own, it is very fragrant, a bit sweet for me. It will be good on its own to go with a cup of coffee or tea. It compliments the strawberry filling very well. But I think I roll the cookies slightly too thin and I would do it again, rolling it slightly thicker. 

Strawberry Jam Cookies (adapted from ReeseKitchen)
*i halve the recipe and yields 15 jam cookies
95g Plain Flour
87g Butter
50g Sugar
50g Grounded Hazelnut *i use almond
1tsp vanilla essence
175g Strawberry Filling
1tsp lemon juice

1) Cream butter and sugar til fluffy
2) Add vanilla essence, then plain flour. Mix into a dough
3) Chill for 1 hour *i chill in freezer for 30mins
4) Roll put dough and cut out shapes of preference
5) Bake at 170deg for 10-15mins. Cooled
6) Cook strawberry filling with lemon juice til simmer, cooled
7) Spoon filling onto cookies, after both are cooled. Store in airtight.Keep in fridge to stay crisp

5 comments:

alanna said...

they look yummy!

alanna said...

they look yummy!

Finn Felton said...

Strawberry jam cookie looks delicious. I am planning to throw snacks party at my house someday where I invite my old school friends.

Regards,
Finn Felton
Kopi Luwak

Priscilla said...

Dear all,

Thanks for compliments!!

Finn,
Do store in fridge after putting jam to remain crisp.. Mine turns soft. I checked with ReeseKitchen n was told to fridge them to stay crisp n fresh....=)

Autism United said...

You could fill these really with any preserve, couldn't you?
They look really nice, great job.