|by Grant Achatz|
A pioneer in American cuisine, chef Grant Achatz represents the best of the molecular gastronomy movement--brilliant fundamentals and exquisite ta...
1 - 10 of 14 for almond horn
Result Page: 1
Blend butter and ... sour cream and almond flavoring. Work in ... ungreased cookie sheet at 350 degrees. Keep unrolled dough refrigerated between rolling.
Make dough of almond paste, sugar, almonds ... light pale brown). Take out onto cooling rack. Dip each end into warm, melted chocolate melted with Crisco.
Grind sugar, hazelnuts, ... minutes. Stir in almond extract Transfer paste ... refrigerate to set. Yield: 12 regular size horns or 48 miniature horseshoes.
Place all ingredients in a large bowl and work together with fingers until well blended. Shape into crescents about 2 inches long. Bake on ungreased ...
Chill dough for easy handling. To form horns, roll in ... about 200 small cookies. Very fragile, remove from cookie sheet with spatula. Cool on paper towel.
Mix all ingredients. Let stand overnight. Good one for the food processor. You can't stop eating this one. Best with crackers.
Mix well and knead good until smooth. Cover dough well and let stay in refrigerator up to five days. Roll out 1/4 inch and cut in shape. Paint with ...
Beat butter at ... extract. Beat in almonds, then flour. ... minutes or until just golden on edges. While warm, coat crescents with confectioners' sugar.
Cream butter, cheese ... usually make my horns, place them ... keep frozen until I need some and then I bake them. They taste even better in the summertime.
Mix all ingredients together BY HAND until soft and pliable. Take a 1" piece of dough and form a crescent. Place on ungreased baking sheet. Bake at ...
Result Page: 1
top of page