Italian Pistachio Cookies

Italian Pistachio Cookies
Somethin’ for the People from The People’s Chef
3 ounces , fine chopped Pistachios raw, shelled (for cookie dough)
3.5 ounces, rough chopped, Pistachios
3.5 ounces almond meal
4 ounces caster or “superfine” sugar
1.75 ounces of egg whites (from around 1 to 2 eggs)
Green food coloring to dough (optional)
Add cranberries for color and or flavor!
1. Lightly toast the pistachios for around 10 minutes in a preheated oven at 320 F. Chop the first 3 ounces of pistachio finely (you can use a food processor for this) and the other 3.5 ounces of pistachios roughly.
2. In a bowl place the finely chopped pistachios, almond meal, sugar and egg whites. Mix well (you can add a few drops of food coloring now if you wish) until you form a paste.
3. Scoop the cookie batter and form into little balls, (at this point, if you find the batter too sticky add a little bit more almond meal to the paste) then roll them in the remaining rough chopped pistachios.
4. Place then in a baking sheet, around 2 cm apart and bake for around 13 minutes at 338 F (convection oven).
5. Dust with icing sugar when cool.
Source: Adopted from: https://trissalicious.com/2010/11/24/quite-possibly-the-worlds-best-trissalicious-pistachio-cookies/

 

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