def: Cookie – A sweet biscuit
Are you trying to find something to do with the kids or simply to satisfy your sweet tooth? This simple and delicious recipe is one you will keep in your repertoire!
Follow the below steps and enjoy these chewy on the inside and crunchy on the outside cookies within 20 minutes! Let’s get started.
“Mise en place” a French culinary phrase for “everything in its place” is a simple but very useful method all professional chefs use for saving time, avoid making a mess in the kitchen and make their workflow a little easier. So “mise en place” is the setup required before you start to cook. For this recipe, the mise en place is pre-heat the oven at 180 C (on fan force mode), line tray with baking sheet and weigh all the ingredients.
- 1 ¼ cups plain flour
- ½ tsp baking powder
- ¼ tsp sea salt
- 65g unsalted butter (room temperature)
- 1 cup panela or brown sugar
- 1 egg
- 1 tsp vanilla extract
- ¾ cups chocolate chips
Preheat oven at 180C. Line tray with baking sheet.
Place flour, baking powder and salt together in a medium bowl. Add butter and sugar in the flour mixture and mix with hands.
Add the egg, vanilla extract and mix well with a fork and finish mixing with your hands.
Use your hands to bring the dough together.
Add the chocolate chips to the dough mixture and mix thoroughly. We use both milk and dark chocolate chips.
Shape the dough into a log. This will help to portion the cookies evenly.
Cut and shape the dough in balls; don’t flatten them. You don’t have to make them into perfect round shapes.
Bake cookies for 10 minutes or until brown. Transfer the cookies on a cooling rack.
This will yield 15 cookies.
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