Type: Cookies & Biscuits

April 26, 2021

Not-quite-Bonnie’s rugelach

Bonnie Stern, aka Yotam and Sami’s Canadian mother, has been looking after ‘her boys’ since they started doing book signing tours in…

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‘Anzac’ biscuits (aka honey, oat and raisin cookies)

Anzac biscuits – a mix of rolled oats, desiccated coconut and sugar, held together by flour, golden syrup and butter – are…

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Chocolate ‘O’ cookies

Helen set herself the challenge of making a cookie to rival the popularity of our chocolate chip cookie. These were the result…

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Garibaldis

These are an altogether more decadent version of the so-called ‘squashed fly’ biscuit. Where the original is dry and not too sweet,…

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Pecan snowballs

Various versions of these cookies are popular throughout the world. They are sometimes called Mexican wedding cakes (even though they’re a short,…

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Orange and star anise shortbread

Using two types of flour here – the finely milled Italian ‘00’ flour and the white rice flour – creates a shortbread…

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Chocolate and peanut butter s’mores

This is our take on s’mores, the campfire classic of melted marshmallows squished between two biscuits and dipped in melted chocolate. These…

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Chocolate, banana and pecan cookies

These were introduced by Jim Webb, an original member of the Ottolenghi team along with Sami, Noam and Yotam. Jim mostly worked…

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Brown butter almond tuiles

These tuiles (or ‘tiles’) are, like the Cats’ Tongues, deliciously simple biscuits to eat with ice cream, sorbet (they work well with…

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