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I rubbed the butter a little. I added the cheese and grated cheese, salt, sour cream and then flour mixed with baking powder.

I put the dough in the cold for 15 minutes. For the spice mixture, I used half a teaspoon of oregano, marjoram, basil and rosemary.

I spread the dough into silicone molds, then I cut the biscuits out of the mold and placed them in a tray prepared with baking paper. I could put the silicone form directly in the oven, but I only have one and I preferred to put the biscuits in a larger tray to reduce the time.

Using a brush, I greased each cookie a little, then sprinkled spices.

I put the tray in the hot oven for 15 minutes, until lightly browned.


Salted biscuits

Cranberries, saltines, any crunchy and salty stuff come to us one or two.
And if I arrived in the winter, one day in Switzerland I took Gruyere cheese from there from her mother. The first recipe I found with this cheese, and to my taste, was the recipe for these savory biscuits, which besides the goodness of Gruyere, also have Parmesan, another weakness of mine, in culinary matters.

Recipe from the blog or site "papilles & pupilles".

Mix all the ingredients, form a roll and put in the fridge for an hour. Remove the roll from the fridge, cut 1 cm thick slices, put it on baking paper and let it brown. I spread out a sheet and cut it into the shape of biscuits. I greased it with yolk, I sprinkled poppy seeds and cumin seeds.
They look like crackers with two kinds of cheese, but they are even better, although we really liked that one too.

I mixed the ingredients, I didn't melt one more, I put it all cold, next time I melt it half


Salted biscuits with parmesan & # 8211 video recipe

Have you tried this recipe? Follow me on @JamilaCuisine or tag #jamilacuisine!

These salted biscuits with parmesan represents my weekend pampering, when I really want something crunchy and salty and I don't want to resort to commercial options. Let me tell you I love cheese! I could calmly live without meat, but not without a good piece of cheese. Parmesan cheese is one of my favorite cheeses, but the truth is that there are very few that I don't like, so I'm somewhat subjective.

And because one day I would have eaten some salty and crunchy biscuits, I made the inventory in the fridge and I remembered that we have in the freezer a large piece of Parmesan cheese received as a gift from one of my friends, directly from Italy. It seemed to catch my eye too much, so I thought of incorporating it into the cookie dough. That being said, I started making salted biscuits with Parmesan cheese. I chose to make a tender dough with butter, a kind of pate brisee, in which to incorporate parmesan and which I tied with some sweet cream that I had forgotten in the fridge, but you can use without problems and milk or simply simple water.

Of course I couldn't help but stop here, so I ran to the floor, where I have the pots, and broke a little thyme and a little rosemary, to add more flavor to these salted biscuits with parmesan, more chosen as aromatic herbs are again some of my favorite ingredients and I would add them to any preparation. After I made the dough, I put it in the freezer to harden and then I cut it into slices.

These salted biscuits with parmesan are baked cold, at high temperature until well browned on top. You can leave them more or less in the oven, depending on how crispy or soft you want them. These salted biscuits with parmesan are simply addictive, are flavorful, delicious and can be eaten simply as such or can be used as an appetizer, greased with butter or cream cheese and decorated with smoked salmon, for example! A madness! If you are a fan of salty snacks, you can also try my recipe for salted with cheese.


Salted biscuits

Cranberries, saltines, any crunchy and salty stuff come to us one or two.
And if I arrived in the winter, one day in Switzerland I took Gruyere cheese from there from her mother. The first recipe I found with this cheese, and to my taste, was the recipe for these savory biscuits, which besides the goodness of Gruyere, also have Parmesan, another weakness of mine, in culinary matters.

Recipe from the blog or site "papilles & pupilles".

Mix all the ingredients, form a roll and put in the fridge for an hour. Remove the roll from the fridge, cut 1 cm thick slices, put it on baking paper and let it brown. I spread out a sheet and cut it into biscuits. I greased it with yolk, I sprinkled poppy seeds and cumin seeds.
They look like crackers with two kinds of cheese, but they are even better, although we really liked that one too.

I mixed the ingredients, I didn't melt one more, I put it all cold, next time I melt it half


Salted biscuits

The original recipe is for salted pretzels, but because I haven't seen the shape of pretzels lately (it must be small / medium, the size of cookie shapes), I renamed the recipe in salted biscuits. So, if you have a form of pretzels, you can make them quietly according to this recipe, or you can halve the composition and make biscuits and pretzels.

The recipe is old, also from my mother-in-law (who makes pretzels, not biscuits) and we would be able to eat a bag of pretzels without getting tired. They last for many days (in plastic or paper bags), they are salted only enough (and enough to make you nibble on them). I think they work very well for small children who are tormented by their teeth, but we will replace salted cheese with sweet cheese and give up sugar.

Ingredient:

  • 2 eggs
  • 1 packet butter (at room temperature)
  • 2-3 tablespoons sugar
  • 250g salted cheese (or less salty, sweet & # 8211 according to preference)
  • 1 baking powder (or 1 yeast grain)
  • as much flour as it contains
  • poppy, sesame, cumin (what do you like)

In a bowl, mix the eggs, butter, sugar, grated cheese and baking powder with the mixer. Add as much flour as the composition allows, until it acquires the consistency of cake / pie sheets.

Spread the resulting crust in a 2-3 cm thick sheet, grease with egg, sprinkle with poppy seeds / sesame seeds and cut into pretzels or cookies (for cookies to make the shape of cookies, we can even use the bread knife, the one with teeth, and we will cut squares, resulting in the shape of popular biscuits from the store, also for decoration, we can also use a fork to prick the dough & # 8211 as soon as we stretch it & # 8211 and get the look of genuine biscuits).

Grease a pan with a little butter or place a baking sheet, put the pretzels / biscuits and put the tray in the oven heated to 180 degrees Celsius until golden.


Salted biscuits

Cranberries, saltines, any crunchy and salty stuff come to us one or two.
And if I still arrived in the winter, one day in Switzerland I got Gruyere cheese from there from her mother. The first recipe I found with this cheese, and to my taste, was the recipe for these savory biscuits, which besides the goodness of Gruyere, also have Parmesan, another weakness of mine, in culinary matters.

Recipe from the blog or site "papilles & pupilles".

Mix all the ingredients, form a roll and put in the fridge for an hour. Remove the roll from the fridge, cut 1 cm thick slices, put it on baking paper and let it brown. I spread out a sheet and cut it into the shape of biscuits. I greased it with yolk, I sprinkled poppy seeds and cumin seeds.
They look like crackers with two kinds of cheese, but they are even better, although we really liked that one too.

I mixed the ingredients, I didn't melt one more, I put it all cold, next time I melt it half


Salted biscuits

The original recipe is for salted pretzels, but because I haven't seen the shape of pretzels lately (they must be small / medium, the size of cookie shapes), I renamed the recipe in salted biscuits. So, if you have a form of pretzels, you can make them quietly according to this recipe, or you can halve the composition and make biscuits and pretzels.

The recipe is old, also from my mother-in-law (who makes pretzels, not biscuits) and we would be able to eat a bag of pretzels without getting tired. They last for many days (in plastic or paper bags), they are salted only enough (and enough to make you nibble on them). I think they work very well for small children who are tormented by their teeth, but we will replace salted cheese with sweet cheese and give up sugar.

Ingredient:

  • 2 eggs
  • 1 packet butter (at room temperature)
  • 2-3 tablespoons sugar
  • 250g salted cheese (or less salty, sweet & # 8211 according to preference)
  • 1 baking powder (or 1 yeast grain)
  • as much flour as it contains
  • poppy, sesame, cumin (what do you like)

In a bowl, mix the eggs, butter, sugar, grated cheese and baking powder with the mixer. Add as much flour as the composition, until it acquires the consistency of cake / pie sheets.

Spread the resulting crust in a sheet 2-3 cm thick, grease with egg, sprinkle with poppy seeds / sesame seeds and cut into pretzels or cookies (for cookies to make the shape of cookies, we can even use the bread knife, the one with teeth, and we will cut squares, resulting in the shape of popular biscuits from the store, also for decoration, we can also use a fork to prick the dough & # 8211 as soon as we stretch it & # 8211 and get the look of genuine biscuits).

Grease a pan with a little butter or place a baking sheet, put the pretzels / biscuits and put the tray in the oven heated to 180 degrees Celsius until golden.


Salted biscuits with parmesan & # 8211 video recipe

Have you tried this recipe? Follow me on @JamilaCuisine or tag #jamilacuisine!

These salted biscuits with parmesan represents my weekend pampering, when I really want something crunchy and salty and I don't want to resort to commercial options. Let me tell you I love cheese! I could calmly live without meat, but not without a good piece of cheese. Parmesan cheese is one of my favorite cheeses, but the truth is that there are very few that I don't like, so I'm somewhat subjective.

And because one day I would have eaten some salty and crunchy biscuits, I made the inventory in the fridge and I remembered that we have in the freezer a large piece of Parmesan cheese received as a gift from one of my friends, directly from Italy. It seemed to catch my eye too much, so I thought of incorporating it into the cookie dough. That being said, I started making salted biscuits with Parmesan cheese. I chose to make a tender dough with butter, a kind of pate brisee, in which to incorporate parmesan and which I tied with some sweet cream that I had forgotten in the fridge, but you can use without problems and milk or simply simple water.

Of course I couldn't help but stop here, so I ran to the floor, where I have the pots, and broke a little thyme and a little rosemary, to add more flavor to these salted biscuits with parmesan, more chosen as aromatic herbs are again some of my favorite ingredients and I would add them to any preparation. After I made the dough, I put it in the freezer to harden and then I cut it into slices.

These salted biscuits with parmesan are baked cold, at high temperature until well browned on top. You can leave them more or less in the oven, depending on how crispy or soft you want them. These salted biscuits with parmesan are simply addictive, are flavorful, delicious and can be eaten simply as such or can be used as an appetizer, greased with butter or cream cheese and decorated with smoked salmon, for example! A madness! If you are a fan of salty snacks, you can also try my recipe for salted with cheese.


Salted biscuits - Recipes

SALTED BISCUITS WITH CHEDDAR CHEESE

Excellent in any circumstance
For beer, picnic or TV
Cheddar cookies are a challenge
For those who stick to their diet.

  • 100 gr butter at room temperature
  • 250 gr cheddar cheese
  • 200 gr of flour
  • a pinch of salt
  • an egg

WORK PLAN salted biscuits with cheese

  1. we mix all the ingredients and we get the crust.
  2. Form two rolls that we cover with foil and leave them in the fridge for 30-40 minutes
  3. We cut slices about 7 mm thick
  4. sit biscuits in the baking tray covered with baking paper
  5. leave in the oven heated to 180 degrees for 10-15 minutes (until salted biscuits with cheese brown)
  6. good appetite!

Salted biscuits with parmesan & # 8211 video recipe

Have you tried this recipe? Follow me on @JamilaCuisine or tag #jamilacuisine!

These salted biscuits with parmesan represents my weekend pampering, when I really want something crunchy and salty and I don't want to resort to commercial options. Let me tell you I love cheese! I could calmly live without meat, but not without a good piece of cheese. Parmesan cheese is one of my favorite cheeses, but the truth is that there are very few that I don't like, so I'm somewhat subjective.

And because one day I would have eaten some salty and crunchy biscuits, I made the inventory in the fridge and I remembered that we have in the freezer a large piece of Parmesan cheese received as a gift from one of my friends, directly from Italy. It seemed to catch my eye too much, so I thought of incorporating it into the cookie dough. That being said, I started making salted biscuits with Parmesan cheese. I chose to make a tender dough with butter, a kind of pate brisee, in which to incorporate the parmesan and which I tied with some sweet cream that I had forgotten in the fridge, but you can use without problems and milk or simply simple water.

Of course I couldn't help but stop here, so I ran to the floor, where I have the pots, and broke a little thyme and a little rosemary, to add more flavor to these salted biscuits with parmesan, more chosen as aromatic herbs are again some of my favorite ingredients and I would add them to any preparation. After I made the dough, I put it in the freezer to harden and then I cut it into slices.

These salted biscuits with parmesan are baked cold, at high temperature until well browned on top. You can leave them more or less in the oven, depending on how crispy or soft you want them. These salted biscuits with parmesan are simply addictive, are flavorful, delicious and can be eaten simply as such or can be used as an appetizer, greased with butter or cream cheese and decorated with smoked salmon, for example! A madness! If you are a fan of salty snacks, you can also try my recipe for salted with cheese.


Salted biscuits with parmesan & # 8211 video recipe

Have you tried this recipe? Follow me on @JamilaCuisine or tag #jamilacuisine!

These salted biscuits with parmesan represents my weekend pampering, when I really want something crunchy and salty and I don't want to resort to commercial options. Let me tell you I love cheese! I could calmly live without meat, but not without a good piece of cheese. Parmesan cheese is one of my favorite cheeses, but the truth is that there are very few that I don't like, so I'm somewhat subjective.

And because one day I would have eaten some salty and crunchy biscuits, I made the inventory in the fridge and I remembered that we have in the freezer a large piece of Parmesan cheese received as a gift from one of my friends, directly from Italy. It seemed to catch my eye too much, so I thought of incorporating it into the cookie dough. That being said, I started making salted biscuits with Parmesan cheese. I chose to make a tender dough with butter, a kind of pate brisee, in which to incorporate the parmesan and which I tied with some sweet cream that I had forgotten in the fridge, but you can use without problems and milk or simply simple water.

Of course I couldn't help but stop here, so I ran to the floor, where I have the pots, and broke a little thyme and a little rosemary, to add more flavor to these salted biscuits with parmesan, more chosen as aromatic herbs are again some of my favorite ingredients and I would add them to any preparation. After I made the dough, I put it in the freezer to harden and then I cut it into slices.

These salted biscuits with parmesan are baked cold, at high temperature until well browned on top. You can leave them more or less in the oven, depending on how crispy or soft you want them. These salted biscuits with parmesan are simply addictive, are flavorful, delicious and can be eaten simply as such or can be used as an appetizer, greased with butter or cream cheese and decorated with smoked salmon, for example! A madness! If you are a fan of salty snacks, you can also try my recipe for salted with cheese.


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