Lemon Curd Cookies



Remember last week I made a batch of Lemon curd and I was planning to bake something with it like a cake with lemon curd filling or a tart.
Unfortunately I managed to sneak out only quarter cup from the hungry husband who was using lemon curd as a dip for anything and everything..
Quarter cup is hardly enough for anything on my list so I chose to go with the cookies..
You are going to love this one.. When you bit into the cookies..The sour tangy n lightly sweet filling awaits uJJ
I have a few in my mouth when I am writing thisJ



Lemon Curd Cookies
Ingredients
200 gms All purpose flour
1 tblspn Rice flour
50 gms Icing Sugar
150 gms butter
1 tspn Vanilla extract
3-4 tablespoon Lemon Curd [You can use Jam instead as well]

Directions
Pre-heat the oven to 160 Degree Celsius
In a bowl beat the butter, until light and fluffy
Sift together the dry ingredients, flours, sugar to the butter. Add in the vanilla extract
Using a fork stir together until the mixture has combined to form soft dough.
If the dough is not holding together, you can add a tablespoon of milk.
Take tbspn of dough, roll it into a ball. Flatten gently and place it on the baking tray.
Using the backside of a tea spoon , poke gently on the cookie so that there is a small dip in the center of the cookie.
Fill the dip with the filling of your choice
Bake for 25 minutes until the cookies are slightly brown around the edges
Leave to cool on a wire rack


Tips:
If you have an oven fan, switch it on during the last 5 minutes , your cookies will be more crispier
Adding a tbspn of rice flour to the butter cookie batter, this will make your cookies crunchier.
I prefer to fill the cookies with a small piping bag. You can use a small zipper bag , as it is more easier and prettier


27 Comments:

  1. Looks delicious ...reminds me of pineapple tart ..gud one dear

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  2. superb Ramya. First I thought it was cut boiled eggs. Beautiful.Loving the lemony flavor.

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  3. that looks perfect n crunchy cookies...as usual nice click!

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  4. Looks perfectly baked! I would love to try it out with jam...

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  5. looks so crunchy n baked perfectly....very nice clicks!!

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  6. This looks too good with the tangy flavor...

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  7. Oh dear looks so crunchy and loved the drop of lemon curd on top. yummy

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  8. /i love these thumb print cookies...the lemon curd looks perfect with these.

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  9. perfectly done dear !! well presented too !!

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  10. Absolutely gorgeous...love love love it...

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  11. Marvelous cookies. Look very crispy and crunchy.


    Deepa
    Hamaree Rasoi

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  12. looks superb, Ramya...

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  13. mmm... this is mouth-watering... they are so delicate and gorgeous!

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  14. Gorgeous cookies..these look so pretty! Thanks for the tips..never knew adding rice flour would make my cookies crispier! Must tyr!

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  15. wow ramya,lovely and cute cookies...thanks for the recipe.

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  16. My son gonna luv these will bake these soon,thnks for the recipe

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  17. i am a fan of lemon curd...will try this recipe soon...

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  18. My daddy always eats almost all of my baked goods and it's even worse when his brother arives - everything is gone within a couple of minutes :D Of course, I don't mind - it makes me feel pretty good 'cause it means they like it :D Anyways, using lemon curd for these buttery cookies is an amazing idea! Thank you for the tip about adding rice flour to cookies to make them crunchier :)

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  19. Those cookies looks damn pretty and elegant..stunning!

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  20. Hey Ramya lemon curd cookies look delicious.

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  21. Love these cute little treats. Would be perfect for my Eid cookie jar!

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  22. perfectly baked cookies dear...simply irresistible.

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  23. These sound really appetising, Will try them this week.Lemon Curd is family favourite here

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