Wednesday, 17 December 2008

Cookies filled with jam and nuts.


I have seen so much cookies flying around in the blogsphere, that it is not possible to catch up with all of them, thanks to Susans Event , I know one place for cookies if I want to make soe.
And indeed there is a variety of cookies there. I have stopped bookmarking cookies, when i see a new cookies which i like to make, I tell to myself, don't bookmark, it will anyway end up in susuans place so just go here.

These cookies are really yummy and you can make them with any jam and any kind of nuts you like.
I had dough left so I made some other cookie with them, which i will post next time.
When I made this my daughter was having her exams and I was so thrilled that they were looking si delicious i called my daughter and asked if she wanted to try and she was like yeah. So she took one and went back to her room for for continuing learning and then after few minutes i saw someones head peeiping from the door asking if she can have a another one, so i knew it had to be yummy delicious.

Ingridients:
125 gm cold butter
100 gm sugar
1 egg
pinch of salt
250 gm flour
40gm pine nuts
40 gm walnuts
100 gm raspberry jam
5 tbsp mil
100 gm bitter chocolate

Preheat the oven 180°c.
Make a crumbly dough with the butter, flour, egg and the salt. You might think it will never get to a ball shape, but continue till they form a dough and keep it in the fridge for atlest 2 hours.
Roast the nuts in a pan and chop them to small piece , mix it with the jam.
Take the dough from the fridge , roll them and cut squares of 8x8 cm.
Add in each squares 1 to 1 1/2 tbsp of the jam mixture , with a brush wet the dised of the squares with milk and close them so you get a triangle shape.

Bake for 15 minutes.
Let it cool.
In the mean time melt the chocolate and drizzele over the cooled cookies.
Enjoy them with a cup of Coffee/Tea.
Sending this also to JZ of Tasty treats for her event Santa's Holiday Challenge , Cookie Baking Event by Sharmi , Vandana's Baking for Beginners, Trupti's Winter Treat Event
I am sending this to purva's Christmas Feast Event
I know it is for a lot of event. Hey there is lot of events going on too ;-)

59 comments:

DEESHA said...

looks sooo yummm

Priya said...

Scrumptious cookies looks too good...nuts n jam who will say no to have them...send me some HC..

Dhanggit said...

This is so delicious Happy Cook!! what a superbe idea!!

ps, there are so many blog events i would want to participate but im lacking time to blog LOL...anyways save me some of this cookies they look perfect with hot tea kisses

notyet100 said...

u r always up wid yummy posts,...:-)

Retno Prihadana said...

send me some H.C :)

Laavanya said...

These are my kind of cookies.. stuffed with goodies :)

RupaMohan said...

Thanks for visiting my blog..First time on your blog..You have yummy recipes

MyKitchenInHalfCups said...

Well but of course, chocolate squiggles always bring 'em back!
Fun cookies!!

Happy cook said...

Deesha thankyou

Priya yeah that is what i thought when i saw the recipe in the magazi!ne

Dhanggit i totally agree

notyet100 thankyou

Retno hi hi i will

Lavanyaa mine too

AnuSriram said...

Looks so lovely and attractive!

Peter M said...

Happy, I just made a Greek dessert that looks similar to these...nice work my dear.

sowmya said...

they look pretty and tempting..

Cooking and the City said...

love the cookies Happy Cook, they look delicious as always :-)

indosungod said...

Those cookies are perfect for Christmas. No wonder the exam studying daughter wants more. Good Luck to her and hope the cookies helped with the learning :)

Cham said...

The way u decorated with drizzling choco is more inviting HC, no wonder ur daugh loves it! There is plenty of evnts nowadays...

JZ @ Tasty treats said...

hmmm, yumm!!! they look great...can only imagine the jam rushing out when you take a bite!! (DROOL!)

thanks for sending it to my event, HC!!

Susan from Food Blogga said...

These sound like just the fuel your daughter needs right now! Thanks so much!

The Blonde Duck said...

Oh yum! They look wonderful!

Maria said...

I love filled cookies! These look wonderful!

Pam said...

This is my kind of cookie. I can't wait to try this recipe.

Chandani said...

easy,fast and delicious!! looks very cute with chocolate drizzled all over it:)

meeso said...

Yum, these look and sound excellent... I would LOVE these!

srikars kitchen said...

wow.. perfect look.. nice click...

Mahimaa's kitchen said...

man they look so mouthwatering..

Uj said...

hey looks delicious.. and very cute too..

Varsha Vipins said...

Nice decor happy..Looks yummy..

Nags said...

yummy1 i can imagine how nice it would be when you bite into these and the jam oozes out :)

Snooky doodle said...

Yummy ! and I like the nice surprise inside :)

Sara said...

Your cookies look great, the chocolate on top is very festive!

RAKS KITCHEN said...

they are looking super cool and you hav designed nicely!

Sunshinemom said...

Love these cookies, HC - would love to nibble on them right now:) Thanks also for bringing Meeta's rule to my notice! I am baking more cookies for Susan's event tomorrow! I saw the cookie collection in her round up - real cool!

alwayswinner786 said...

Such cookies during this festive season is a real treat. Your cookies look soo mouth watering that I find it hard to wait.

Teresa Cordero Cordell said...

Happy Cook, these cookies look really delicious. I can hardly wait to try them. Sweet wine....yum. I love my chocolate wine. I'd love to try the sweet wine you serve with dessert.

Soma said...

What a neat idea to fill them up like that!

Ivy said...

They look delicious and I like your decoration as well.

JennDZ - The Leftover Queen said...

Those are beautiful!

Usha said...

Oh yum, those look wonderful !

Ann said...

yummy..

Kitchen Flavours said...

Wow ummylicious cookies. Looks awesome.

Aparna said...

Your chocolate drizzled turnover cookies look delicious. If I wasn't so far away, you might see my head peeking into your kitchen too.:)

SriLekha said...

looks yum!
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Debbie said...

Your cookies look wonderful. I love nuts and jam in cookies!

Purva Desai said...

cookies look inviting and must be moist from inside as filled with jam...
You can even sent this entry for Christmas Feast Event

Navita said...

Wish we were close by..there's nothing like a group of friends, hot tea, pakodas and laughter!

Tina said...

superb......

Jude said...

What an unusual way to makeup cookies. Like cookie empanadas :)

Suma Rajesh said...

looks elegant and crunchy..happy holidays to u :)

Uma said...

How pretty! Looks so delicious.

Geri said...

Wow these cookies look great!

Lore said...

These cookies have it all: the sweetness of a jam and the crunchiness of walnuts and pine nuts!

kamala said...

They are looking so cute..Kids are at home because of continuous snow..Couldnt visit blogs..Will send today for the christmas event.

Jaya said...

Happy,
OH! my these looks absolutely delicious ...you make things easy to see but this is really some hard work ..great ones!
hugs and smiles

Kelly said...

Those look fantastic.

Sophie said...

Pretty Christmas cookies :)!

romaspace said...

I was eagerly waiting for this round-up. Thanks a lot for the effort!

Andhra Flavors said...

wow great roundup.

Kevin said...

Those cookie pockets look good!

Happy new year!

Meera said...

Happy New Year, to you & yours.

Rajee said...

Look it's hard to make but u made it easily. Yummy cookies...