Hi, is there any way to get the measurements in customary units.
yes please. what would the measurements be in cups and T/t ? thanks !
WOOOOW! so good to see a recipe in metric measures and thank you for sharing your super recipe.
Wow I can't wait to try your recipe as I was just about to try out two other recipes for my cookies anyway, I see you add cornstarch so I am assumming this has something to do with then not spreadin, I will make these tomorrow and let you know how they turned out.
Thanks for the recipe.
Sorry, one question, I did not understand your measuring instructions: Roll the dough to 0,7-0,8 cm to get good results...just what do you mean exactly?
Do the edges stay sharp? Would a design imprinted on it stay sharp?
google: metric conversation and you will find all kinds of link to help you convert!
I've seen your fondant covered cookies, and I have to say...I absolutely LOVE the look...not a bit of cookie showing around the edges! I plan to try this recipe, but I have the same question as gildee.
By "sugar powder" I assume you are talking about 10X?
I have a scale that measures in both... ~smile~ so you can always measure them out using a scale
Good morning to all!! Here are the conversions from UK to US. 1 cup of butter, 1/2 cup of 10x powdered sugar, 1/4 cup of corn starch, 2 teas of vanilla, egg, and 2 cups flour. As an FYI, I now use a scale to cook, but especially to bake, and it has made a tremendous difference in the outcome of the recipe!! Let's give it up for kitchen scales!! Yahoo!! Peace and blessings to everyone!
What does this mean? Roll the dough to 0,7-0,8 cm to get good results.
The flour to butter ratio seems VERY high - it is normally 2-to-1 or 3-2-1 at most. Am I right that this is almost 5 cups of flour to just over 1 cup of butter?? I was using an online conversion website where you select the product (i.e. flour), plug in the grams and it tells you the cups/ounces/tablespoons, etc. -- and it comes up with 500 grams of flour = 4.96 cups.
One conversion site I used has 500gr of flour at - 4.003 cups, and 250gr of butter at - 1.102 cups... Yet another site was slightly different than that... AND above, theskinnychef says the flour amount is 2 cups.
I'm buying a scale.
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