low gluten flour
How to make cookies and biscuits
Melt the butter at room temperature, or melt it through water, but don’t make it a liquid, because you’ll have to whip it later.
Mix the sugar and the melted butter together with a silicone spatula to incorporate the sugar into the butter, then beat the butter with a whisk. Whipped. Otherwise the butter and sugar will splatter.
When beating butter with a whisk, press down on the handle of the whisk and slowly turn the whisk to beat the butter, this will also prevent the butter from splashing out. Beat until it is fluffy as shown above.
Add the egg mixture to the butter in two additions, add a spoonful of orange juice, there is no lemon in the house, squeeze a spoonful of orange juice into it, use the whisk to continue beating, fully integrated.
Sift in the low gluten flour and continue beating with a whisk until well combined.
I put half of it in a piping bag, and the rest I added the matcha flour and then beat it with a whisk. Evenly, serve into another piping bag. The oven preheat, upper and lower heat, 180 degrees, preheat ten minutes.
I also set a stainless steel laminating mouth, that is, will not squeeze the shape of the flower, round is not good to get, on the direct down squeeze not turn the circle, on into the flowers! Type up. Eat by yourself, biscuit face value lower also does not affect the mood ha.
In addition to squeeze the matcha flavor, the oven preheated, 180 degrees for 10 minutes, my oven temperament, the temperature set higher. This temperature can be set according to the state of your own oven, when baking, I have been fixed to see how to adjust the oven temperature to bake state.
It’s not bad, it’s cool and very crispy.
The matcha powder is also ready, this is best to keep an eye on when baking, the green over blackened, the color is not good.
This recipe is not too sweet, just the right kind of sweet, I don’t like too sweet, the amount of sugar to adjust according to their own taste.
Before beating the butter, be sure to first mix the sugar and butter well, when beating the butter a little bit of pressure on the handle of the whisk, so that the butter will not splash around, you can low speed slowly beat the butter.