Monday, January 28, 2008

Swedish Thumbprint Cookie (Rosenmunnar)

Still in the process of clearing up my freezer and pantry, I decided to make this very easy but rich and buttery cookies. I used the recipe was shared by Jasmin at KC with slight modification.

I used strawberry jam for this, but you can use any flavour or even nutella :-)

227g butter, softened (original 225g)
100g icing sugar (original uses castor sugar)
250g plain flour, sifted
1/2 tsp vanilla essence (original doesn't use this)
Enough strawberry jam

1. Preheat oven to 180C
2. Cream butter and sugar until light and fluffy, add sifted flour and vanilla essence, and mix well
3. Shape dough into 1/2 inch diameter balls and place on a lined cookie sheets
4. Imprint your thumb in the center to make an indentation
5. Fill with your favorite jam or preserves
6. Bake for 10 minutes or until golden brown at the edges
7. Remove to cool on wire rack


Anonymous said...

At home we call them "Hallongrottor" (Rasberry Caves). (We usually use rasberryjam). It's really delish!

Zurynee said...

cute name ! It's very rich and addictive.. my kids love them :-)

Anonymous said...

g and C - in recipie ?
how about one with cups and Farenheit please...for those of us on the other side of the pond. Happy Holidays.

Anonymous said...

These were delicious - buttery, fragrant and so pretty with the strawberry jam. Thanks for sharing your recipe! :-)

Zurynee said...

You are welcome Alicia

Blessed Homemaker said...

I just made this. Very delicious! Thanks!

Unknown said...

Hi is it salted/unsalted butter?

Zurynee said...

hi nasha, for this I used unsalted as it comes in 227g.