One of the nicest side jobs in stressful everyday life is drinking tea and snacking on tasty cookies.
These are the true sugar sides of life.
Chocolate caramel taler .... a truly chocolate craving ...!
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A wonderful fragrance fills the Christmas bakery, when sweet treats rise in the oven and get a light tan. These are my new cookies - chocolate caramel taler. From an optical point of view, they are reminiscent of black and white biscuits. Made with love, the dough is bicoloured and chocolaty. In the middle is a delicious piece of caramel, which gives these caramel Talern something special. Just to melt away. So refined and elegant that they can turn your head straight.
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bright dough:First, the chocolate is melted with a portion of butter about 20-30g over a water bath.
It is important to stir again and not to melt it too hot, so that the chocolate does not burn. Set aside to cool. Mix butter with sugar, salt and vanilla. Add the egg and whip up to a smooth mass. Finally, stir in the melted chilled chocolate. Never stir in the chocolate until hot - the egg can falter. Mix the flour with baking powder and sift on the chocolate mass. Knead everything briefly with the kneading hooks - important !!! Do not mix too long, otherwise the dough can become too brittle and the cookies too hard. The result is a very soft, sticky dough. Now divide the dough into 3 equal parts. On a silicone baking mat from the 3 parts gradually form 3 rolls - you can help yourself with the cling film - if you give the dough in the foil, you can shape it better. Now the rolls are cooled for about ½ - 1 hour, so that the dough is stronger. caution!! Do not leave the dough in the fridge for long or even overnight - because the chocolate makes the dough very firm.
dark dough:Melt the chocolate with a little butter over water. Set aside to cool. Mix butter with sugar, salt and vanilla. Add the egg and whip up to a smooth mass. Finally, stir in the melted chilled chocolate. Never stir in the chocolate until hot - the egg can falter. Mix flour with baking powder and cocoa and sift on the butter mass. Knead everything briefly with the kneading hooks - important !!!
Do not mix too long, otherwise the dough can become too brittle and the cookies too hard. The result is a very soft, sticky dough. Wrap the dough in cling film and refrigerate for approx. ½ - 1 hour.
After the cooling time, roll out the dark dough on floured silicone padding with a silicone roller to about ½ cm, brush with egg whites and wrap the light roll in it. Wrap all 3 rolls in cling film - if necessary, re-shape and place in the freezer for approx. 15 minutes - to make them easier to cut.Mince the chocolate caramel candies. Carefully cut the chilled rolls into slices of approx. ½ cm and place them on baking tray with silicone baking paper.On each taler comes now in the middle of a piece of caramel candy.
Bake at 180 ° C circulating air for about 8-10 minutes, be careful it depends on the size and thickness.
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Have fun baking.