How to Make Baked Cookies “Goose Feet”

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  • 12Servings
  • 1:05 hPrep Time
  • 25 mCook Time
  • 1:25 hReady In
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Pleasant cottage cheese flavor, soft layered structure and ease of manufacture are the distinguishing features of Houndstooth biscuits. It will take a little time to cook. In half an hour you will be able to please your family with a delicious dessert – baked cookies “Goose Feet”.

Important: butter or margarine must be already soft, but cottage cheese can be taken with any fat content, both dry granular and more moist.


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Step by step method

  • Step 1

    Combine all ingredients together and knead a tight dough.

  • Step 2

    Divide the dough into several parts. Take one part and roll out a layer 4-5 mm thick.

  • Step 3

    Using a glass or cup, squeeze circles of the desired diameter into the dough. Do the same with other parts of the test.

  • Step 4

    Sprinkle each circle with sugar.

  • Step 5

    Fold the circle in half and sprinkle with sugar again.

  • Step 6

    Fold in half again, sprinkle with sugar and press down with a fork.

  • Step 7

    We bake in the oven at a temperature of 180 degrees. A ruddy color will appear in 20-25 minutes, which will indicate readiness.

  • Step 8

    Pleasantly crispy crust with hardened sugar grains and soft layered middle with cottage cheese sourness make "Goose paws" a favorite and very popular cookie.

Tips & variations

  • When kneading, the curd dough should remain moist and stick to your hands a little. If you "hammer" it with flour and make it too steep, the cookies will come out dry and hard.

  • Do not roll out the dough too thick, otherwise the circle folded in four will not bake well and our foot will “open” during baking.

  • Sprinkle sugar on only one side of the cookie to keep the other side clean. It is the clean side that you need to lay out the cookies on a baking sheet. If you put it on the sugar side, the sugar will melt quickly during baking, the cookies will burn, and then stick to the baking sheet.

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