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TAGS:  orange   peach   ricotta cheese       LABELS: Paques  Citrus 

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Tricia   2020-04-21

can you shed a little more light on your painting technique? How did you get the peach effect?Also what food coloring did you use here specifically?

Kim 2020-04-25

Hello Tricia, I consider the "painting" more of a wash. The color is diluted just enough to wash color onto the pale cookie. The less you dilute, the more opaque the color will be. Brush the color unevenly - a little heavier here and a little lighter there, as peaches aren't one solid shade. Remember when you add the white sugar, the washed color will be softer. Play with it a little. You'll get the hang of it quickly. I used a red color gel. I dipped my dry brush into the gel and "cleaned" the brush in a tablespoon or so of water. If I felt the color was too light, I dipped my brush in the gel again. The gels are easily available in Michaels for example or any baking supplier near you. The gels should be easy to find. If you're using liquid color, the same principle would apply. Being that it's liquid, you might add much less water than you would for a gel. I hope this gives you more direction. Best, Kim

Svetlana   2019-12-18

In my country we use cookie dough crumbs you get from scooping inside baked cookies and use it for fill.. it makes it taste even better

Kim 2019-12-23

Yes. Great idea. I'm sure the cookie dough adds texture to the filling. I've seen people throw failed cakes in the mixer and recreate recipes. I've never tasted anything made with baked cakes. I ought to try one day. Thanks for taking the time to write. Kim

Eric Siegwart   2018-11-22

Can these peaches be frozen when completed? I seem to remember my mother freezing them for longer storage!

Kimberlie 2018-11-23

Hhmm. I haven't tried to freeze them. The cookie would freeze perfectly. No problem there. Not sure about the ricotta filling. Freezing won't change the flavour of the filling, but it might change the texture. Ricotta cheese contains a great deal of water. When frozen, it'll separate from the curd. So the cookie might absorb the moisture leaving the filling drier. That would be my guess. Maybe try to freeze just a couple and test them in the morning. If your mother was successful, maybe you should try. Let me know, Kim

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Janelle   2018-02-13

Under the Mise en Place steps, it mentions lemon zest...where did the lemon zest come from? I'm not seeing any listed in the original ingredients...Is this in addition to the orange zest already added into the ricotta?

Kimberlie 2018-02-13

Hi Janelle, I believe I deleted the lemon zest in the cookie recipe because when it was baked, the lemon flavour disappeared. You caught my error. I didn't delete it from the instructions. Very astute of you. Thank you for mentioning it. The correction has been made.

Brooke   2017-08-23

Any ideas on why the tops of my cookies split?

Kimberlie 2017-08-23

Hi Brooke, The tops of your cookies split? Hhmm. Two things come to mind, when you formed each ball, was your dough smooth, pliable and well emulsified? I found it really takes an effort to completely blend all the bits of dough into a smooth, round ball before you baked them. Or could your oven have been too hot? This would have forced the moisture out up and out the top or sides. Could either of these options been possible? Let me know. Best, Kim

gm diet   2017-01-06

These are beautiful. Thanks so much for coming by.

Charlene   2017-01-06

Kim! These are beautiful - I love your site as well. How long does it take to make this cookies from start to finish? See you at FBC 2016!!

Kimberlie 2017-01-06

Hi Charlene, Thanks so much for coming by. These cookies are really quite easy and not technical at all. They are done in three stages: the cookie, the filling, and then the painting. Each step is super easy. Overall time I'd say would be 2hs or 2.5hs all together, but if you spread it out and do each step as it fits in with your day, you shouldn't find it too fussy. Let me know how they turn out. I'm very interested.

faithy   2017-01-06

These are gorgeous! These have to eat right away? Cannot keep for a few days once the filling is in right?

Kimberlie 2017-01-06

They are best eaten within the first few days. Let me know how it goes Faithy.

Alice   2017-01-06

These are so beautiful, Kim! I also love all the pictures you took while making the cookies, I love seeing the process. :)

Kimberlie 2017-01-06

Thank you Alice!

Patricia Dumais   2017-01-06

These cookies are just beautiful, and I bet they are as delicious as they look!

Kimberlie 2017-01-06

Thank you Patricia! So nice of you to say.

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