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Cordovan snack: to impalage your soul

We tell you the recipe of the Cordoba snack, a snack that fills you with sweet and love. Ideal if you want to look good with a dessert.


The Cordovan collations are   in all bakeries   of the province. Some have a little more fame, others not so much. However, they are all   a bomb   . It is a snack with lots of dulce de leche and glaze. If you're craving something sweet and Cordovan, it's the perfect choice.

It is one of the most loved treats in Cordoba. In addition, you can make caserita and, despite their large amount of dulce de leche, they are quite healthy. That's why we'll have the recipe available in a couple of small steps. So, you can bring these Cordobese bites to any dinner or snack. Since, in addition to working as a company for mate, they are going to full as dessert.

  Ingredients (for a few!)  

  • 250 g flour 0000
  • 4 yolks
  • 50 g butter
  • 1 tbsp. alcohol
  • Salt pinch
  • 75 mg water
  • Dulce de leche

  For coverage:  

  • 1 clear
  • 250 g of impalpable sugar
  • 1 jet of lemon

  For the dough:  

  1. In a bowl, we pour the flour and add 4 yolks to it. We leave the whites apart.
  2. We add the butter and a teaspoon of ethyl alcohol. We also add warm water.
  3. Mix until it integrates well and, once the mixture is attached, we lower it to the counter and begin to knead. It is necessary to knead this bun during   10 minutes   . They can go adding flour so that it does not stick, but   No sail!   .
  4. When you have the beautiful and suavecito bun ready, we put it back in the bowl. We cover it with film wrap and take it to the fridge   for 30 minutes   .
  5. When leaving the refrigerator, we place a little flour on the counter and on the kneading stick, and begin to stretch the dough. It has to stay   fine fine   .
  6. Now, with a glass, we're going to cut the caps from our stretched dough.
  7. When all the caps are there, we will be pricking them with a fork each. As long as we stretch it a little so that it is with a   more oval shape   .
  8. We put them on an iron and carry them   baked 180º for 10 minutes   . When they are, we take them out and let them cool.

  For glaze:  

It's with one of the clear ones we booked at the beginning. We have it in a bowl and there we're going to add a couple of tablespoons of the total   impalpable sugar   . Let's beat slightly until he gets together. Once united, we take it   microwave 10 seconds   . When we take it out, we're going to stir again and we're going to take him   another 10 more   to the microwave. When taking it out, we will add the rest of the sugar and a little lemon juice. We mix and unite well. It is necessary that the meringue does not harden, keep it in a bain-marie while arming the Cordovan snack.

  Step-by-step armed:  

With the meringue made and the cookies already cold, we will proceed to the armed of these treats: we grab cookies by cookie, smear them with   a good spoonful of dulce de leche (the more abundant, the more pump is left)   And we dive them into the merenque so that it covers them. Let cool for a few minutes   And ready!   If you want to give a personal touch to the recipe, you can also put walnut or almond. To enjoy these cordobese snack

Publication Date: 21/04/2020

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