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Shortcrust pastry with water

Shortcrust pastry with water

Shortcrust pastry recipe with of 24-04-2016 [Updated on 29-08-2018]

This water-based shortcrust pastry is vegan and very light: without butter and without eggs, to satisfy those who are on a diet or simply want to avoid animal derivatives. Obviously the classic shortcrust pastry is another thing, but if you want to treat yourself to a sweet without many guilt feelings, this could be the right recipe. An example? You can make us some nice biscuits filled with homemade jam, like I did, and serve a healthy and delicious snack to your children :)
After yesterday's "revels" with the celebrations of the blog, we needed a quieter recipe, it was nice to receive so many messages of good wishes and read all this participation from you, thank you very much! I'll leave you with today's recipe and I'm going to go and throw myself back in bed, today I don't want to lift a finger :) basin and happy Sunday

Method

How to make water-based shortcrust pastry

Mix the water and oil in a bowl.

Add sugar, salt, yeast, flour and flavorings.

Knead until you get a homogeneous dough.

Let the pastry rest for 15 minutes at room temperature, covered with a cloth, then use it to prepare pies and biscuits.

I made some jam filled cookies. I rolled out the pastry on a floured surface.

I made some rounds with an 8 cm pastry cutter.

I stuffed them with some homemade orange marmalade.

And I closed in a half moon, sealing the edges with a fork.

With this dose you get 15-20 cookies. Place them on a baking sheet lined with parchment paper.

And cook for about 10 minutes in a preheated convection oven at 180 ° C. Remember that being without egg they will remain very light, be careful not to overcook them otherwise they will be hard!


Video: How to make shortcrust pastry - BBC Good Food (December 2021).