Bitter Almond Cookies, Acibadem Cookies
We send you daily made bitter almond, acibadem in special boxes.
Acibadem is one of the classic desserts of Turkish cuisine. This biscuit-style cookie comes out with the perfect combination of almond, sugar and egg whites. In terms of structure, it is likened to macaroons, one of the favorites of French cuisine. However, its addicts argue that acibadem is much tastier than the world famous macaron.
Have you ever wondered why this cookie, which is quite sweet, is called “Bitter Almond”?
The acibadem takes its name from a bitter almond placed on it. The presence of this almond gave this name to this cookie, which is actually quite sweet.
Macaroon goes great with your favorite hot drink.
You can have this flavor in the afternoon and in the afternoon with well-brewed black Turkish tea.
Are you hungry at night?, acibadem with honey and milk will accompany your night appetite.
When you want to reward yourself but feel that the classic chocolate desserts are not enough for you, acibadem is with you.
Please keep in cool and dry place.
Ready to ship 1 business days after the transaction is cleared.
All orders are shipped via DHL Express Shipping and delivery time is 1-3 days after shipping!
How to make Acibadem Bitter Almond Cookies?
1 tea glass of wheat flour (50 g) 2.5 tea glasses of powdered almonds (100 g) 3 egg white 1 tea glass of granulated sugar (85 g) 2 teaspoons of Pakmaya Sugar Vanillin 2 tablespoons of Pakmaya Powdered Sugar 1 package of Pakmaya Baking Powder1 grated zest of an orange 1 pinch of salt
Step 1: First, set your oven to 160 degrees and heat it.
Step 2: Whisk the egg whites and half of 1 tea glass of sugar with the help of a mixer for about minutes until it becomes foamy.
Step 3: Blend 1 tea glass of flour and 1 pack of Pakmaya Dough Baking Powder in a separate bowl. Add all the remaining ingredients on top of this blend.
Step 4: Now we come to the most demanding point! You have to mix these two ingredients carefully. However, when doing this, you need to be careful not to deflate the foamy egg mixture. In other words, with the help of a spatula, you can gently feed both materials by ventilating from bottom to top.
Step 5: Transfer the macaroon paste you prepared into a squeezing bag. Squeeze it on a baking tray lined with greaseproof paper at intervals, place an almond on it. Bake for 10-12 minutes. You can serve it after it cools down.
Crafting Secrets for Acibadem
* You can also make tiny acibadem cookies using silicone macaron molds.
* If you want to get a more crispy cookie, you can roast the almond powder on low heat for 5 minutes and add it to the cookie after cooling.
* You can use orange peel to add flavor. You can also flavor it with lemon juice or hazelnuts.