Recipe: Can make about 22 original biscuit dough:
50 grams of unsalted butter, 115 grams of low-gluten flour, 50 grams of caster sugar, 25 grams of eggs, matcha cookie dough:
50 grams of unsalted butter, 110 grams of low-gluten flour, 10 grams of matcha powder, 50 grams of caster sugar, 25 grams of eggs. Surface decoration: appropriate amount of almonds, a little chocolate, a little white chocolate Baking temperature: 170 degrees, 12 minutes to make the original biscuit first Dough:
Put the butter in a large container, add powdered sugar, and beat with a blender until white
2. Beat the eggs and add them to the whisked butter three times. It must be added one by one, that is, the egg must be added once and the egg must be completely stirred and then added a second time to prevent oil and water separation
3. The paste is like this, it has a certain concentration and does not separate
4. Sift the low-gluten flour into the basin evenly. Don't use too much force or over-stirring, otherwise the final biscuits will become hard and affect the taste.
5. Stir it well to become the original cookie dough.
Follow steps 1-5 to make matcha cookie dough (the difference is that matcha powder is sifted in in step 4)
Wrap the mixed dough with plastic wrap and put it in the refrigerator for at least half an hour, or put it in the freezer for more than 15 minutes. Until the dough hardens
7. Take out the frozen matcha cookie dough and roll it into flat pieces of about 7 mm
Extrude the shape with an owl mold
TIPS: The original shape of the biscuits comes from a Japanese shop. At present, a certain treasure has a copycat mold and can be purchased. You can also use a can to make it yourself. See my previous tutorials for details.
9. Use a mold to press and hollow out the middle of the biscuit.
10. Similarly, roll the original cookie dough into a plane of about 7 mm, press out the middle of the cookie with a mold, and fill in the hollow part of the matcha dough.
Squeeze out the owl's paws and place them on the owl biscuit's paws.
Put it in the oven at 170 degrees, 12 minutes, let cool after baking.
12. Let's start the decoration: melt a little white chocolate and put it into a piping bag.
13. Use white chocolate liquid to paint on the owl's face.
14. Melted dark chocolate dots on the eye area
15. Tap three thin dots on the owl's paws.
16. Add a little matcha powder to the remaining white chocolate to make it green, and dot it on the eyes as whites.
17. Dark chocolate dots in the center of the white of the eye as the eyeball
18. Put a little chocolate liquid in the middle of the nose and stick 1/4 large almonds
19. Coat the lower part of the biscuit with dark chocolate as shown in the picture.
20. Sprinkle some chopped almonds while still hot.
21. Owl biscuits are ready