Lemon, Vanilla Cookies, I’ve known you forever

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Lemon, Vanilla Cookies – Biscotti al Limone e Vaniglia

Music: Alabama Boy, Alice Peacock. I think lemon desserts always have a sweeter flavour when shared with true friends. Each bite, lemon will remind you of something – that friendship has a taste that never goes sour. We love Alice Peacock’s music, and it’s such a shame that just a few people know her in Italy. I hope you’ll look for this song, or any other – they’re all perfect and her voice is sublime.

Ingredients:

15o gr butter

100 gr powder sugar

1 Tuscan lemon, juice and peel

240 gr flour

15 gr starch

1 pinch of salt

1 vanilla bean, seeds removed

Cream together the butter with the sugar, the lemon and the vanilla seeds. Add the starch, the flour and the salt. Place the dough in the fridge for a few hours, form into cookies and bake in a 180Ā° C oven for about 10-15 minutes.

About thecookandtheguitarist

We're Gaia and Andrea and this is the place where we have fun pairing food with music. Gaia - The Cook - is a trained pastry chef and owns a candy shop in the centre of Florence, Italy. Andrea - The Guitarist - is a professional musician, teaches guitar and is a Beatles fanatic.
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5 Responses to Lemon, Vanilla Cookies, I’ve known you forever

  1. Reeni says:

    I love lemon desserts! The sweet and the tart combo just makes me happy.

  2. Symposion says:

    beh un classico vaniglia limone, me ne mandate un pĆ² per la colazione di domani??šŸ™‚

  3. mandami l’indirizzo! šŸ˜‰

  4. heather says:

    I love these pudgy, lemon-y sweets. Very unique. Must add to the long list of bookmarked cookie recipes to bake soon! Family recipe?

    Cheers and thanks,

    *Heather*

  5. hi heather, yeah this one used to be my grandma’s favourite! Happy you like it. xoxo

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