The Baking Bible’s Oriolos for the Alpha Bakers

6 thoughts on “The Baking Bible’s Oriolos for the Alpha Bakers”

  1. So clever with all the changes! I laughed when you said you hide the cookies from your husband. you are so funny. Just wondering why you knead with knife again when you can just do everything in the food processor? I love these cookies too. So yummy!

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  2. Hi Faithy! I used a knife because my mini food processor became too tiny once I added the flour. Sometimes I do it just because it always yields soft cookies and pastries. My mum-in-law’s scones are the best I’ve ever had and so soft! Glad you loved the cookie as well!

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  3. Hi Vicki! Kneading with a knife is really easy! Requires almost no effort and you always end up with a tender result. I should make a video of my mum-in-law making her scones and using her knife to blend ingredients.

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  4. I agree with your assessment of the Double Oriolos. I also use a non-alkalinized cocoa powder, as the alkalined stuff is too mellow for me. I like my chocolate bright and colourful. If your husband is like mine, he’s a good looker, but not a good looker, if you know what I mean. And since he doesn’t see what’s in front of him, I can get away with a lot.

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  5. Hah! You are funny, Kim! My husband can only find things that are properly hidden. The obvious goes over his head. I’m glad I’m not alone on this one!

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