This recipe for world peace cookies is made world famous by Dorie Greenspan, baking. And if you taste it you know why: a crunchy cookie, the chocolate melts on your tongue and left a salty taste..
Do you know the feeling? A dish that is so tasteful that you have to make it over and over again (and eat everything). I've got that with this cookie. The recipe is written down in the book: Baking from my home to yours from Dorie Greenspan. A great book that describes wonderful baking recipe, but this is one of my favourite recipes. The name is world peace cookie (don't know where the name came from). The famous Parish pastry chef Pierre Hermé (most famous about his macarons until now??) has invented them.
But what is exactly so special about this cookie? Besides the chocolate that melts in your mouth with every bite you take, it's the sea salt that's added. That gives each bite a slightly salt bite, which combines just so great with the sweet, creamy chocolate. I can't describe it exactly just that great, but you've got to find out on your own! Therefor I wrote down the recipe underneath.
- you always want a batch of these cookies by hand, you make the dough and freeze it. You can freeze it up to two months.
- you don't have this quite a sensational salt called Fleur de Sel in your cupboardAdd 1/2 teaspoon of Fleur de Sel (instead of the 1/4 for sea salt).
- you put the dough in the refrigerator it won't be sticky and will slice a lot easier.
Recipe world peace cookies