Earl Biscuits

Earl Biscuits

by Junzhi

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Earl Biscuits

1. Brew 1 pack of Earl Grey black tea with 100ML of boiling water, take out the tea bag after 1 minute, and cool the tea bag and tea juice for later use. After mixing the almond powder and icing sugar, put it into the grinding cup of the food processor, grind for 2 minutes, then sift it for later use (if there is no food processor, this step can be omitted)

Earl Biscuits recipe

2. Cut the butter into small cubes. After softening, pour in salt. Mix the sifted almond powder and powdered sugar, and stir evenly with a whisk. Stir until the sugar and butter are completely mixed. Don't beat the butter

Earl Biscuits recipe

3. Add 1 tablespoon of egg liquid to the butter. Continue to stir evenly with a whisk. Just stir evenly, don't beat the butter

Earl Biscuits recipe

4. Tear off the cooled tea bag and add the tea dregs to the butter. Stir with a whisk until the tea residues and butter are evenly mixed

Earl Biscuits recipe

5. Pour 1 teaspoon of cooled tea juice. Stir again evenly

Earl Biscuits recipe

6. After the flour has been sifted, pour it into the blended butter. Use a rubber spatula to stir up from the bottom to mix the flour and butter evenly

Earl Biscuits recipe

7. Stir until there is no dry powder. The freshly mixed batter is very moist. We put it in the refrigerator compartment of the refrigerator and take it out after 1 hour. The batter will become harder if it is refrigerated for 1 hour. At this time, you can wrap it with plastic wrap and rub it on the chopping board into a cylinder with a diameter of 4cm. Put the shaped cylindrical shape together with plastic wrap in the refrigerator for half an hour to 1 hour, until it becomes hard

Earl Biscuits recipe

8. Take out the frozen dough, tear off the plastic wrap, and cut into small round pieces with a thickness of about 3 mm with a knife. Arrange the cut round slices into the baking tray, leaving enough space between each round slice. Put the baking tray into the preheated oven, bake at 190 degrees for about 12 minutes, until the surface is golden brown and you can take it out

Earl Biscuits recipe


1. Earl Grey tea (EARL GREYTEA) is a kind of black tea with a unique flavor. It is generally made from high-quality black tea such as Ceylon black tea and added with bergamot oil. Earl Grey tea is available in many supermarkets, especially on imported food containers. There may not be a unified standard for Chinese name translation, as long as you look for the English name, you will not buy it wrong;
2. The almond flour used in this biscuit is 100% pure almond flour ground from American almonds. Do not use the almond milk powder in the supermarket or domestic almond powder instead. If you can't buy almond flour, you can buy American almonds from the supermarket by yourself, blanch them with boiling water, peel them, dry them in the sun or bake them in an oven, and then grind them into powder with a food processor;
3. The grains of almond flour are relatively coarse. If you want to make the biscuit taste more delicate, you need to do it like I did in step 2. Don't put the almond flour directly into the grinding cup, because the almond flour has a higher fat content. Not only will it not be finer, it will become a paste. Put it in a grinding cup together with powdered sugar and grind it finely to prevent this from happening;
4. The taste of this biscuit is very crunchy, and with the unique flavor of Earl Grey tea, it is worth a try.


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