Sunday, January 19

Chocolate chip cookies with sesame seeds - recipe



Hello everyone! 

The second week of school is over, it's been busy! We are slowly getting back into our daily routine, and I have been focusing on the preparation of my January workshops and the upcoming shooting of a kid party table for a new Japanese magazine due to launch in April 24 at the Tokyo Hobby show. I will share more of this REALLY EXCITING collaboration in a next post, stay tuned!

Last week I shared pics of cookies I had made, trying out a new recipe discovered on the French blog  Les Carnets Parisiens. The recipe is originally from a book called La Pâtisserie Maison by Marlette. The cookies were so good I thought you may be interested in trying out the recipe as well... so I have translated it for you. Here we go!

Chocolate chip cookies with sesame seeds
La Pâtisserie Maison - Marlette

Ingredients (for about 15 cookies of medium size)

150g plain flour
110g brown sugar
80g chocolate chips
15g sesame seeds
5g baking powder
1 egg
95g butter (room temperature)
1 pinch of salt

Method:

1. Preheat the oven to 180°C. Prepare a lined baking sheet (or two if your oven is as small as mine!).
2. In a bowl, whisk the butter with the sugar until blended. 
3. Add the eggs one after the other while reducing the speed of your appliance.
4. Add the flour, baking powder, sesame seeds and salt. Mix well.
5. Stir in the chocolate chip cookies and mix with a spatula.
6. Scoop out 12 to 15 equal-sized mounds on your lined baking sheet. allow some room between each cookie as the dough will expand while cooking.
7. Cook for 6-8 minutes, cookies must still be soft in the inside.
8. Leave to cool on the baking sheet for a short while before transferring them to a cooling rack where they will harden.

Enjoy them with a hot chocolate or a cup of tea, 
Bon Appétit!


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