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Bredele hazelnut macaroons
Bredele hazelnut macaroons
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This is one out of hundreds different varieties of the Alsatian bredele cookies you that you will find in Alsace during the Christmas holidays. These hazelnuts cookies have a crispy surface and a slightly chewy interior. The best part is that the cookies can be prepared in advanced, though they can be kept for weeks in a cookie box.

Ingredient List for 2 servings:
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75 gr Icing sugar
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1 Egg white
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40 gr Grated coconut
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100 gr Hazelnut flour
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1 pinch Salt
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0,5 teaspoon Citron juice
Oven temperature:
150 degrees Celsius
Instructions:
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Pour the icing sugar and the egg white in a casserole and heat it while stirring. Make sure it doesn't boil.
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Take away the casserole from the stow and pour the liquid in a big bowl, and whip it to a hard foam.
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Add slowly while stirring the grated coconut, hazelnut flour, salt and citron juice.
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Work it together to a smooth dough.
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Place the dough in the fridge for minimum one hour.
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Preheat the oven at 150 degrees Celsius.
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Place a baking paper on a baking sheet. Make small balls with the dough, and then press gently on the bredeles with a spoon.
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Place the cookies in the middle of the oven for fifteen minutes.
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Take out the bredele and let them cool down.
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