31 Aug 2008

Quince Jam cookies

Quince jam

I discovered these delicious cookies here in Argentina. They call it pepas. I don’t know why, I only say they are delicious and very addicted .I was the habit to buy them in bakery until a few days ago when I discovered the recipe here. The result is infinitely better than the one I buy. In this recipe I only change one thing .My cornstarch was ending and I pour less than original recipe. My husband ate not one, but five; as you see, he love it, so do I.

More one thing, I want to apologize for not visit this last week your blog or update mine. It was a quite busy week. I am developing a new and wonderful project that means a lot for me.

And, also I can’t forget my gratitude for lovely Bella. She has given me the Art y pico award! A huge thank you to Bella! If you have not visited her blog, it really is a must – Her French blog is a great source of good taste and wonderful recipes. I know I am supposed to pass this on to 5 more people, but feel make an act of injustice; at the moment - plus, there are so many blogs I read, I just can't imagine whittling it down to five. For now though, I want to pass along my gratitude.

Quince Jam cookies

125g softened butter 120g powered sugar 180g plain flour

40g corn starch 1 teaspoon baking powder

½ teaspoon baking soda

3 egg yolks

1 teaspoon almond extract or vanilla 150 g approx quince jam or paste, chopped into small dice


Preheat oven to 180°C. Beat butter, almond extract, sugar and yolks in medium bowl until just combined. Stir flour, corn starch and baking and soda powder. Roll level tablespoons of mixture into balls and place about 5cm apart on baking paper lined baking trays. Using the handle of a wooden spoon, gently press a small indentation into the top of each biscuit. Fill each indentation with a tea spoon of quince jam or a piece of quince paste.


Ivy said...

They look delicious. I made some fig jam a few days ago, I wonder if that would work...

Natércia said...

Menina que maravilha como sempre...um bjo Natércia...

bella said...

you worth more than an award for your great work,your amasing recipes and your super wonderful photos !!!!
your quince jam cookies look awesome,your husband is lucky.
wish you a succes in your new project kisses !!!

Anonymous said...

As always, you have given us something delicious-looking on your blog and some beautiful photos. Congratulations on your award. It is well deserved.


Lori Lynn said...

Oh Wow Sylvia - your quince jam photo is electrifying!!!

Manggy said...

Well done Sylvia, the award is very well-deserved! I love the glistening appearance of the jam on those buttery cookies!

Dhanggit said...

I would love to dive into your pictures and eat them all up :-) hehehe congrats on your award you deserve them!!! kisses my dear

Anonymous said...

Oi Sylvia,

De Portugal os meus sinceros agradecimentos e parabéns.
Aqui em casa as suas receitas fazem sucesso e causam espanto nos jantares usuais que fazemos com os amigos e que adoramos.
Desejos de muitas felicidades,

P.S.- As fotos, tal como as receitas, são maravilhosas

canela said...

Sylvia, muchas gracias por tu visita. Tienes un blog con unas fotografías preciosas. Me han encantado. Te visitaré a menudo. Un beso.


Alexa said...

The cookies look marvelous and so does the quince jam. Congratulations on the award. I can understand how hard it is to only choose 5 blogs. There are so many wonderful foodie blog writers. Thanks for the beautiful recipe and the pictures.

Sylvia said...

Thanks Ivy, so do I

Obrigada Naercia

Thanks Bella, in fact he needs loose weight right now.hahaha!

Thanks Paz, you are so kind

Hhaha Thanks Lori lynn

Thanks Manngy but the jam makes my job easily. The color was stunning.

Daniela, fico superfeliz com o seu cmentario, voce nao sabe o feliz que fiquei ao lee-lo.Fico muito contente que vcs gostem das receitas. Qualquer dúvida , pergunte ou me mande um e mail

Muchisimas gracias Canela

Kate / Kajal said...

these look kinda cute. I love cookie with jam ...any jam :p