Easter Biscuits

Delicious with a bit of spice that says spring is here!

Recipe By: yhiranuma (https://cookbuzz.com/kitchen/34)
Serves 4 Prep: 15 min Cook: 12 min

Ingredients

Flour 220g
Butter 110g
Caster sugar 110g
Egg (yolk and white separate) 1
Salt a pinch
Mixed spice 0.5-1 tbsp
Currants 55g
Mixed peel 30g
Milk 3 tbsp

Method

1
Put room-temperature butter and sugar into a bowl and mix together with a hand blender until it turns pale yellow.
2
Add the egg yolk to Step 1 and mix well.
3
Sift the flour, spice powder and salt into Step 2. Fold it gently. Add the currants and mixed peel and fold in gently again.
4
Add the milk to Step 3 and mix into a soft dough
5
Preheat the oven 160C (Gas mark 3). Place a baking sheet onto a baking tray.
6
Dust a chopping board and place Step 4 on it. Roll out to 5mm thick. Cut out your preferred shapes with a cutter.
7
Put onto the baking sheet and into the oven for 10 minutes.
8
Remove from the oven and brush the egg white onto each biscuit.
9
Sprinkle sugar over the egg white and put back in the oven for 5-10 minutes.
10
The biscuits are ready when they are a pale brown colour. Allow to cool, then serve.

Tips & Note

●The fluted cutter is a traditional shape, but you can use chicks or teapot shapes to make it more fun.

Easter Biscuits

Delicious with a bit of spice that says spring is here!

Recipe By: yhiranuma (https://cookbuzz.com/kitchen/34)

Serves 4

Prep: 15 min

Cook: 12 min

Ingredients

Flour 220g
Butter 110g
Caster sugar 110g
Egg (yolk and white separate) 1
Salt a pinch
Mixed spice 0.5-1 tbsp
Currants 55g
Mixed peel 30g
Milk 3 tbsp

Easter Biscuits

Recipe ID :689 Posted on 04 JUN 2015

Serves 4

Prep 15min
Cook 12min
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Delicious with a bit of spice that says spring is here!

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220g
110g
110g
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a pinch
0.5-1 tbsp
55g
30g
3 tbsp

Method

Prep
15min
Cook
12min
1
Put room-temperature butter and sugar into a bowl and mix together with a hand blender until it turns pale yellow.
2
Add the egg yolk to Step 1 and mix well.
3
Sift the flour, spice powder and salt into Step 2. Fold it gently. Add the currants and mixed peel and fold in gently again.
4
Add the milk to Step 3 and mix into a soft dough
5
Preheat the oven 160C (Gas mark 3). Place a baking sheet onto a baking tray.
6
Dust a chopping board and place Step 4 on it. Roll out to 5mm thick. Cut out your preferred shapes with a cutter.
7
Put onto the baking sheet and into the oven for 10 minutes.
8
Remove from the oven and brush the egg white onto each biscuit.
9
Sprinkle sugar over the egg white and put back in the oven for 5-10 minutes.
10
The biscuits are ready when they are a pale brown colour. Allow to cool, then serve.

Tips & Note

●The fluted cutter is a traditional shape, but you can use chicks or teapot shapes to make it more fun.

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