Viennese Chocolate Sable Cookies 维也纳巧克力黄油曲奇


I am finally making one of the famous recipe from The Patisserie of Pierre Herme, Viennese chocolate sable the classic Austrian soft butter cookies. Pierre Herme is one of the best classic pastry kitchen in Europe. No doubt that this recipe is highly recommended by all bakers. ( Click here to read more of Pierre Herme Paris ) Once you enter the door of Pierre Herme, I'm sure you won't comes out with empty handed. I think I will most probably went broke just in one shopping and won't leave the shop untill I tried every single piece of desserts there. Holly molly ! haha..... 

Some recipe adding in three (3) egg white instead of two but I tried the two egg white and its fine to me. The shaping turns out really sharp at all edges.

(Recipe adapted from here)
Ingredients for cookie dough :
250gm   butter, softened at room temperature
100gm   icing sugar
1 tspn   vanilla essence
250gm   all purpose flour
30gm    cocoa powder
1/2 tspn  salt
2 large egg white

Method :
(1)  mix together flour, cocoa powder & salt till well cooperated.
(2)  cream butter, vanilla and sugar till fluffy & pale or almost double in volume.
(3)  now, fold in flour mixture beating in low speed till everything well combined.
(4)  whisk egg white till stiff or in soft peak then fold them into the batter.
(5)  spoon batter into pastry bag fitted with a large star nozzle and pipe the cookies onto baking tray lined with silicon sheet.
(6)  finally, bake at preheated oven 180'C for about 18-20 minutes or till the bottom dry & crispy.
(7)  once its done, cooled and then keep in airtight container.

No fail recipe ! I am a HAPPY HAPPY baker indeed. Since X'mas is just at the corner, you can start you little baking project with this recipe now. Hope you guys will love it too. Enjoy !

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