|1.||Chicken egg Marzipan mass||1 PC.|
|2.||Sugar Marzipan mass||230 Column|
|3.||Almond Marzipan mass||100 Column|
|4.||Lemon juice Marzipan mass||0.5 Tsp|
|5.||Vanilla Marzipan mass||1 pinch|
|6.||Chicken egg Additionally||1 PC.|
|7.||Cashew Additionally||100 Column|
|8.||Flour Additionally||1 art. l|
|9.||Powdered sugar Additionally||50 Column|
For the test, divide the egg into protein and yolk. Whisk the protein with sugar until white, add separately beaten yolk, add almonds, vanilla and lemon juice. Mix well and knead a little with your hands like dough. Now take the second egg and divide it into proteins and yolks, beat them separately, divide the cashew nuts into two parts and chop one with a blender. Add chopped cashews and whipped protein, flour and powdered sugar to the dough.
Roll small balls about the size of cherries from the finished dough. Squeeze the balls a little with your hand, shift onto a baking sheet covered with parchment, also make a small depression in the center and grease the cookies with whipped yolk.
Place the remaining cashew nuts in the recesses of the cookies and bake in a preheated oven to 180 degrees 15 minutes.
Chill cookies before serving.
Marzipan cookies are prepared without flour, it is tender, nutty, crumbly and very tasty. Such cookies will surely please all your guests and relatives, as a basis we take a marzipan mass that you can buy in a store or cook yourself. The preparation of these cookies does not take much time and effort; it is perfect for the holiday table as a completion or just for a family tea party. Be sure to follow the cooking steps to get the dough of the correct consistency.