Thumbprint Shortbread Cookies

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I recently obtained a copy of “Fresh” which is marketing piece produced by Darigold Farms here in the Pacific Northwest.  It is primarily targeted to commercial buyers, but my sister, who works in the food industry, snagged a copy for me because she thought I would love the photographs and recipes.  Boy was she right!  The photography is stunning, the whole piece is extremely well put together, and the best part for me, contains some really great recipes.

One of the recipes that caught my eye for from the chef at Deer Valley Resort for these cookies.  The recipes calls for them to be “thumbprint” cookies, in other words, designed to hold some type of sweet jam or curd, but they could just as easily be rolled into logs, sliced and baked as rounds.  They would be lovely drizzled with dark chocolate.

This version is for the thumbprint style and I filled my with Lemon Curd.


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4 Responses to “Thumbprint Shortbread Cookies”

  1. Takumi

    I have not tried these with lemon juice. The flavor will be less inetsne because the extract is more concentrated. You may want to try a teaspoon of juice and see how that works. Adding too much juice might make a difference in the consistency of the dough. If you use the juice, I’m thinking maybe you should add another teaspoon or two of lemon zest because that adds flavor too. good luck and happy birthday to your mom!

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    I’ll have to give it a go myself. I don’t mind cinematic as long as you know that’s what you’re going to get. In fact, as long as they tell you in advance I’m happy to give any style a try. It’s only really a problem when you buy into something because they tell you it’s like X, and when you get it you find it’s all about Y…Equally true of books, movies…

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