Recipe for the delicious goose slippers

Recipe for the delicious goose slippers

Russian cookies: The goose slippers are easy to make yourself with this recipe

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Russian cookies: The goose slippers are easy to make yourself with this recipe

These Russian cookies are so many things: small, tasty, sweet, irresistible. In our recipe, we will tell you how you can make the Russian quark cookies – also known as goose slippers – very quickly.Once you’ve tried them, you’ll want to eat them again and again – Russian cookies, or to be more precise, goose slippers. This Russian cottage cheese cookies have it all. The best part: They are made super light.

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We all love cookies, especially when it’s getting colder again and Christmas is approaching. At the latest in the Advent season, everyone is in the cookie fever. The Russian cookies come in handy.

They are particularly simple – and that is precisely why they are particularly tempting. Small and inconspicuous at first meeting, but In terms of taste, they transport you to absolute cookie heaven. Perfect for the Adven

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The Russian cookies owe the name “goose slippers” to their appearance. You just look like a goose’s feet – colloquially then just goose slipping.

Good looks, great taste, good size. The Russian cookies are a true all-rounder and can – if desired – also refined with a little jam which should convince even the last quark biscuit doubters.

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Russian cookies: recipe for the delicious goose slippers

For many small quark cookies you will need:

  • 300 grams of curd
  • 300 grams of flour
  • 250 grams of butter
  • ½ teaspoon baking powder
  • 1 pinch of salt
  • 50 grams of sugar and cinnamon sugar for rolling

This is how it works:

  • Mix the salt, baking powder and flour. Add butter and cut a little. Then add the quark and knead the dough (by hand or with the machine).
  • Cover and let the dough stand for half an hour.
  • Roll out the dough as thinly as possible (2-3 cm) and cut out cookies with a small, round drinking glass or a round shape.
  • Put sugar in bowls. Then roll the round cookies in normal sugar. Note: If you want jam in the Russian cookies, simply coat half of the cookies on one side with a little jam.
  • Now fold the circles in half and roll them around cinnamon sugar. Fold the halves together again.
  • Take the fork and press the prongs from one side onto the remaining round side for the “goose-slipper” look.
  • Line the baking sheet with parchment paper. Bake in the preheated oven at 180 ° C for about 15-20 minutes – it’s best to check whether they have already got a bit of color. The Russian cookies are ready – happy snacking!
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