The tea, goes back to 1500, is loved by the whole world. As such, the variety of snacks served alongside tea has been enriched for centuries. Undoubtedly, cookies come first among these snacks. Here is a legendary flavor from Turkish cuisine, from the colorful citrus of the Mediterranean to the fertile wheat of Anatolia: Lemon Cookie. Bon Appetit!
<a href="https://www.petitegourmets.com/recipes/lemon-cookies"><p style="margin: 0 0 6px;"><img style="width: 14px; padding: 0 4px 0 0;" src="https://d2lswn7b0fl4u2.cloudfront.net/assets/icons/pg-round-favicon.ico" />Lemon Cookies</p><img style="display: block; width: 100%;" src="https://d2lswn7b0fl4u2.cloudfront.net/photos/pg-lemon-cookies-with-lemon-1586011605.jpg" alt="Lemon Cookies" /><p style="padding: 6px 0 12px;">Before starting the processes, set your oven to 180 C (356 F) and let it warm. In a large mixing bowl, add butter and sugar and whisk until completely mixed. Then add vanilla, eggs to your mixture and continue whisking. Add flour, baking powder, lemon juice and lemon zest to the mixture that has started... - <strong>Show More</strong></p></a>
Do you know these about cookies?
Did you know that the cookies we love and eat today come about by chance? In the past, bakers used to tear small pieces of pastry dough into their ovens to test if their oven was getting hot enough. These small test doughs were called "koekje", which means "small cake" in Dutch. One day, this "koekje" was crunchy and very tasty. This sweet coincidence has turned into “Cookie” in English and became one of the most popular foods of our time.