I have a few free video lessons which may be useful for the group here.
I am a 25 year pastry chef, originally form Hamburg Germany. I come from a long line of pastry professionals in my family (fourth generation in fact).
This is one of my favourite cookies called an 'Almond Crescent' or in German 'Mandel Hoernchen'.
Hope you enjoy the video!
Here is the recipe as well for you:
Recipe Yield: 12 Cookies
- 200 g Almond Paste: DGF 50%
- 140 g Sugar
- 40 g Nuts: Almond Powder
- 20 g Honey
- 40 g Egg White
- 50 g Nuts: Almond Sliced
- Mix all the ingredients together except the flaked almonds.
- For large almond crescent, scale the dough in 50 gr. And shape it round and long.
- Roll each one in the flaked almonds and bake by 180c until golden brown.
- Immediately after baking brush them with gummi arabicum.
- Once cold dip the end in dark chocolate.
Feel free to ask me any questions at all about this video - hope you enjoy it!
do you have a gingerbread cookie that is sort of layered inside when baked...what type of European gingerbread that is not rock hard? Thank you for that great video.
Not at this time - however we do have the following on our pastry training course online, do any of them interest you?
Checkboard Cookies, Almond Crescents, THE BEST CHOCOLATE CHIP EVER, Coconut Sesame Sable, Eisenbahner Cookies, Florentine Cookies, Harvest Grain Cookies, The Hippen Tuile, Lemon Sable, Linzer Cookie, Madelaine Cookies, Orange Tuile Wafer, Peanut Butter Cookies, Piped Butter Cookies.
ALoved your video! I am an almond lover and soon,verry soon I'll try this cookies:)) Thank you for sharing with us:))) Do you have any interesting german cakes or tart recepies? :)))
AI know it's a forum Cookies, but I know that the Gurman have some great cakes too, so thank you in advanc :D
Absolutely! I will gather some more information and share it.
Thanks Marco for the Almond Crescent video. I will also be interested in any cakes you are willing to share :)