Ingredients

Title Value
1. Flour 2 Art.
2. Chicken egg 2 PC.
3. Butter 1 Tsp
4. Sugar 1 tbsp
5. Liquor 1 tbsp
6. Vegetable oil 1 tbsp
7. Powdered sugar taste

Cooking

1 . Stage

Combine the melted butter, sugar, eggs, liqueur (I have blackcurrant) and one cup of flour. Then, while kneading the dough, add flour little by little, otherwise you will not knead it. The dough turns out like dumplings, in polyethylene and leave for 30-60 minutes.

1. Stage. Combine the melted butter, sugar, eggs, liqueur (I have blackcurrant) and one cup of flour. Then, while kneading the dough, add flour little by little, otherwise you will not knead it. The dough turns out like dumplings, in polyethylene and leave for 30-60 minutes.

2 . Stage

Roll out the dough and here's a secret - if you want very crispy cookies, roll them out thinly, but if it looks more like a regular ponytail, then about 1 cm thick. Cut it into strips. Then form any kind of shapes out of them. I prefer rhombuses.

1. Stage. Roll out the dough and here's a secret - if you want very crispy cookies, roll them out thinly, but if it looks more like a regular ponytail, then about 1 cm thick. Cut it into strips. Then form any kind of shapes out of them. I prefer rhombuses.

3 . Stage

Pour the oil into a deep pan, heat it up and fry the dough until tender. Remove with a slotted skimmer and spread out on a paper towel to drain the excess oil.

1. Stage. Pour the oil into a deep pan, heat it up and fry the dough until tender. Remove with a slotted skimmer and spread out on a paper towel to drain the excess oil.

4 . Stage

Then liberally sprinkle the cookies with powdered sugar. The more, the tastier.

1. Stage. Then liberally sprinkle the cookies with powdered sugar. The more, the tastier.