Recipes and Ruminations of a Freelance Eater

Recipes and Ruminations of a Freelance Eater

Shortbread Rosettes

These shortbread rosettes have just the right amount of crumble and crisp and they’re a recipe from the Australian Woman’s Weekly recipe book. Let the mixture warm up and soften a bit in the piping bag before you try to pipe the mixture, otherwise you will end up with RSI in your piping hand. It is really difficult to squeeze the mixture out straight away, but as the butter melts it gets easier.

Butterscotch Shortbread Recipe

250g softened butter
1 tsp vanilla
1/2 cup brown sugar (firmly packed)
2 cups plain flour

Oven at 180C

Beat butter, vanilla and sugar until light and creamy.
Stir in flour and mix to a soft dough.
Spoon mixture into piping bag and pipe rosettes about 3cm apart on a lined baking tray.
Bake for about 12 minutes or until golden brown.
Cool on the tray.
Makes about 35



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