Bonche Cookie – Butter cookies – the oldest type of confectionery, was invented in ancient Persia. It did not become sweet everywhere immediately, but only after the British colonizers distributed sugar from India. Since then, crumbly, crispy cookies have become an indispensable attribute of tea parties for all royals. Porous, fragrant, very tasty, literally melts in your mouth. It is known that Catherine II certainly began her morning with a cup of strong coffee and a vase of the most delicate sugar cookies. In Haiti, salted biscuits were baked on their rooftops under the scorching sun, making small cakes with a mixture of grated wheat, corn, seeds and salt. Cookies were a godsend for sailors – they did not spoil for a long time, they were very high-calorie and tasty.
Now for many, sugar cookies are the taste of childhood. Its aroma, unforgettable taste rarely leave anyone indifferent. Traditional sugar cookies are crumbly, porous and brittle. It goes well with fruit and berry marmalade and marmalade, in the manner of an Arabian kurabye.
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