Campurrianas cookies, traditional recipe to save a lifetime
Despite spending many hours a day cooking, we don't always have the opportunity to prepare whim recipes. However, for these Campurrian cookies we have made a place in our agendas and you should too. This is a traditional recipe to save a lifetime and like gold on cloth. Delicious.
These cookies are ideal to make with children because they are thrown and the dough is pleasant to handle, it does not need to be cooled in the fridge and it does not crumble when working. The result is crispy and delicious cookies.
IngredientsFor 30 people
- Butter 125 g
- Sugar 125 g
- Egg 1
- Wheat flour 450 g
- Ground almonds 60 g
- Chemical yeast 7 g
How to make campurrianas cookiesDifficulty: easy
- Total time 30 m
- Elaboration 15 m
- Cooking 15 m
We start by chopping the butter, put it in a large bowl and let it soften at room temperature for about twenty minutes. Add the sugar and beat with the electric rods until you get a creamy mixture.
We crack the egg, pour it into the bowl and continue beating until fully incorporated. We add the sifted flour with the ground almond and the yeast and stir slowly with a spatula, until a smooth dough remains without lumps.
We preheat the oven to 200ºC. We make small balls with the dough and crush them lightly with the palm of the hand, taking care that they are not too flat.
We have them in a baking tray lined with sulfurized paper, separated from each other so that they do not stick, and we bake them for 12-15 minutes. We remove them when they are golden brown and let them cool before removing them, so that they do not break when serving.