And you can't translate them because...?
Rauatai Cookies would be great to do with my kids I guess. Then they can bring them over to Grandma for Christmas.
I'm extremely lazy. But you're kind of like L'oreal. Worth it. So here you go.
1x egg white
4/5 glasses (160g) of powdered sugar
1/3 glass (30g) of natural cocoa
1/2 a spoon of unfettered coffee
1/2 glass (50g) of milk chocolate (in small pieces)
a pinch of salt
(optional) two drops of vanilla aroma
1 spoon of rapeseed oil (can I just say that whoever came up with "rapeseed" is my personal hero? Only because it passed, and its name in my language is so bland)
Set oven to 180 degrees and let it warm up before you begin.
Put cocoa, powdered sugar, unfettered coffee and salt in a bowl. Mix them.
Add egg white and (optional) two drops of vanilla aroma, or real vanilla seeds. Mix until you get a thick, shiny, dark mass. Then add chocolate and mix again.
Make sure to use rapeseed oil on the baking paper before you form the cookies as they are quite sticky. Form round shapes with the diameter of around 5-6 cm. Leave some space between them, because they will increase in size during baking.
Put them into the hot oven. Make sure you do it as soon as you form them, because they can't be left in the room temperature for too long. Bake them for around 10 minutes, until their surface is cracked an shiny. After you take them out of the oven, wait until they cool off before you do anything to them.
Edited by Manveru123, 18 October 2018 - 03:18 AM.