Cookies with chocolate

English cuisine
Cookies with chocolate pieces
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It's been just over two months since we left Christmas, with Kings and Santa included, Expenses, Expenses, expenses and more expenses. Father's Day Is Coming and Dad Is On His Way To Stay No Longer Without a Gift, even without a little detail. But I bring you a sweet solution.
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prep time
15 min
cooking time
0 min
total time
50 min
prep time
15 min
cooking time
0 min
total time
50 min
  • - 1 Egg
  • - 220 grams of flour
  • - 100 grams of butter
  • - 90 grams of brown sugar
  • - 40 grams of normal sugar
  • - 1 spoonful of dessert, yeast powder
  • - 120 grams of chocolate (With milk and/or white)
  • - One or two tablespoons of dessert, vanilla essence
  1. Before you start explaining the recipe, I would like to point out that I have made a few small variations in the same, especially in the amount of chocolate (you can tell I like it, not?)
  2. We'll start by sifting the flour and yeast. We reserve.
  3. Mix the sifted flour together with the yeast in a bowl/bowl, the two types of sugar, butter about ointment (you get it by taking it out and letting it rest some 30 minutes at room temperature). Finally we add the egg along with the vanilla essence.
  4. We mix everything until we form a compacted mixture and it doesn't stick to our hands.
  5. Personally I recommend mixing from the beginning with your hands, without helping us from any apparatus. It will cost us less and we will notice when the mixture has stayed as we seek.
  6. Then, we turn the chocolate pieces over and continue mixing until they have been well spread throughout the dough. I like the "big" pieces of chocolate. So I bought two chocolate tablets and with the help of a knife cut the chocolate pieces, since the original recipe contains chocolate nuggets, which personally seem very small to me.
  7. You can add the chocolate you like the most (with milk, White...).
  8. On a large sheet of transparent film we pour the dough and roll it into an elongated cylinder, just as you can see in the images. Then we keep the mixture in the fridge some 30-40 minutes. While the dough stays in the fridge it's time to preheat the oven, to 200 degrees a few 18 minutes.
  9. We take the dough out of the fridge and with the help of a knife we cut the same, forming slightly crushed circles and placed them on the baking sheet, in the picture you can see how they look.
  10. Next we cook (according to the original recipe: between 10-15 minutes).
  11. I've made this recipe three times in the last week, and I recommend you keep them in the oven 12 exact minutes. I overdid it, I almost had them 14 minutes and cookies came out too cooked, and they looked like campurrians with chunks of chocolate.
  12. Notice: From my own experience I advise you that the separation distance between the different masses is at least two fingers between them, because cookies tend to expand quite a bit during cooking.
  13. If you've gone too long and when it gets too cold they harden, don't throw the cookies in the trash (Jesus!), with putting each cookie a few 8 seconds to microwave (just before we eat them), they'll come out soft and with the chocolate almost melted.
  • To cool cookies I recommend letting them rest on a baking sheet (of those that have grids). And very important: When leaving the oven the biscuits come out very very soft, don't worry, because when cooled they compact and harden a little.
  • To the point, more or less soft ... or hard, I hope the idea I propose is good for Father's Day. Bon Appetit!
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