these wafers are excellent, easy to make, deep flavor, really short. I kept mine in the freezer until i was ready to bake...sliced and baked, what could be easier?
Savory Spiced Shortbreads
portland Posted: 10/29/09
thewife Posted: 12/02/08
These are simply sinful. With all that yummy butter, they just melt in your mouth. I made them for gifts last year; they were so good we ate a lot before they could leave our home. They are very crumbly, which prevent them from traveling well. They are fabulous, beautiful and exceedingly different.
Cookess Posted: 12/27/10
My son's Indian neighbor gave us these exotic cookies a few years ago. I had never tasted a shortbread this good. The earthy flavor is ecstatic. I looked for this recipe for a couple of years, and finally found it at myrecipes. It's a treasure. Like others said, the cookies are crumbly, so I store them in the freezer. But the flavor is well worth the delicate handling.
Christen0526 Posted: 12/21/09
Oh my God! I am soooo excited. I have been trying to find this recipe for 2 years now! During the holiday season of 2007, I "thought" I saw this recipe in Verdugo Magazine (L.A.) but after many internet searches today, 2 yrs later, I finally found it, and see that it was in Sunset Magazine!!! Good gravy, what a nut I am! These cookies are so delicious - I made them at Xmas 2007 and I am glad to finally have this recipe back! Savory, spicy, crackery ~ do try them!
calvinzoe Posted: 12/14/10
These were awful! I followed the recipe and they turned out very crumbly. Definitely NOT portable - they would all break. The taste was off too. I had to throw the whole bunch away.
sarochka1 Posted: 11/05/12
While I have difficulty keeping these types of dough cool enough to roll well, these cookies are so good! I'll be making them again for my father-in-law this Christmas.