Biscuit "Bananas"

The Internet edition “Russian Athens” continues to publish culinary recipes from Irina Fedotova. It’s hard to resist the temptation to make these delicious cookies!

A simple recipe for making delicious Banana yoghurt cookies with three different fillings. Classic – banana-chocolate filling, you can also fill with any thick jam-jam or make the filling from oranges yourself.

RECIPE:

100 g butter 20 gr. icing sugar 100 gr. natural yogurt vanillin 180 gr. flour 5 gr. baking powder 1/2 tsp turmeric Filling: 1) -3-4 large bananas 20 gr. butter 30 gr. sugar 1) 60 gr. chocolate drops 2) jam, thick jam 3) 3 oranges 1 tbsp. l. lemon juice 25 gr. starch 130 gr. Sahara

COOKING:

The first step is to prepare the cookie dough. Lightly beat the softened butter, add powdered sugar, vanillin and natural yogurt at room temperature, mix. Add baking powder to the flour, a little turmeric (for yellow color) and sift butter – yogurt into the mass. We knead the dough. It turns out to be soft and tender. Wrap in plastic wrap and put in the freezer for 30 minutes. The filling can be very diverse: cottage cheese, jam, banana-chocolate, oranges, etc. Cut ripe bananas and fry for a few minutes in butter and sugar, (you can sprinkle with lemon juice so as not to darken) cool. Add chocolate, mix. Cut the dough into equal pieces weighing up to 40 grams. Roll out each piece into an oblong small layer, put the filling in the center, pinch the edges and give the shape of a banana. We bake for 20-25 minutes at 180 degrees. Cool and sprinkle with icing sugar if desired. For the orange filling, grind oranges in a blender, add sugar, starch, lemon juice. After boiling, cook for several minutes, stirring, until thickened. Cool and fill the cookies.

Enjoy your tea!

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