KETO HAZELNUT COOKIES, TRADITIONAL ASTURIAN DESSERT RECIPE -

KETO HAZELNUT COOKIES, TRADITIONAL ASTURIAN DESSERT RECIPE

The keto hazelnut cookies are delicious biscuits whose origin is in the Asturian town of Salas. Besides being very tasty, hazelnut cookies are some of the healthiest gluten-free cookies. They are, therefore, an excellent alternative for people who cannot take this protein.

As you might expect, there is a curious story behind the peculiar name of this candy, created in “Professor’s House”, an Asturian restaurant run by a former music teacher. In this place, these delicious hazelnut cookies. Some of the regulars in the establishment were emigrants who had gone to the Americas and had already returned to their hometowns by the time the First World War had finished. One of them once used the Latin American phrase “give me one of those fucks” to request one of those excellent pasta dishes. This is how healthy hazelnut cookies acquired their intriguing name, which they have retained over the years.

With only three ingredients, gluten-free hazelnut cookies that are incredibly rich and crispy can be made in a few simple steps. They can last a few days if maintained in an airtight box, but I don’t think they do because they’re worn out.

keto hazelnut cookies

INGREDIENTS

  • 250g ground hazelnut
  • 130g of white sugar.
  • 90g egg white

Ingredients for the professor's carajitos

HOW TO MAKE KETO HAZELNUT COOKIES

STEP 1

250 grams of ground hazelnuts and 130 grams of white sugar are blended.

We mix the hazelnut and the sugar of the professor's carajitos

STEP 2

Before adding 90 grams of egg white, thoroughly combine.

We add the egg whites of the professor's carajitos

STEP 3

The dough is complete when all of the egg white has been incorporated with the other ingredients and there are no more dried hazelnuts or sugar to add. Using rising and falling heat, the oven should be warmed to 180 °C.

We mix the dough of the professor's carajitos

STEP 4

Create 10 dough balls with an ice cream scoop. Bake for 20 minutes, or until we begin to notice the edges browning.

We ball the dough of the carajitos of the teacher

STEP 5

Allow the cookies to cool for a further five minutes on a wire rack after removing them from the oven.

We cool the little faces of the teacher

STEP 6

We serve them with the tastiest dipping sauce once they have cooled.

Professor's carajitos served on the plate

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