I am aware that those last weeks you endured the sight and reading of weird and sometimes disgusting dishes… I am sorry but I felt you had to know… And I truly believe that it contributes to open your mind to other – and very different – cultures.
I realize that my blog is a great opportunity to write in English on the one hand, but to put the new things I am learning in Multimedia class into practice every week on the other hand.
Indeed, in nearly a month, it will be Saint Patrick’s Day! If you want to learn more about it: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Saint_Patrick%27s_Day . Even the Chicago River is dyed green each year for the Saint Patrick’s Day celebration 😀 Then, in honour of this special day, I created funny cookies and I use the adjective ‘funny’ because those cookies will be green and because we had enough ‘peculiar’ food for the moment. Yes, yes, those recipes are always in the prospect of being eaten and that is why today is only about funny and new 😀
This article will be about another recipe then, but a special one actually… Green cookies! As you already know, I have got a sweet tooth. I decided to create funny cookies: green, white and gold for the Irish colours! I mean green with the food colouring, white chocolate chips, and orange… I was missing that one, but you will see what came up as orange 😀
The new part is not only inside the cookies recipe, but also because my recipe was shot. Can I really use this term? I am not a real filmmaker and screenwriter but I wanted to use the rudiments learnt in Multimedia class, and at the same time, I wanted to produce a little something for this dear blog… Please, follow conscientiously this recipe.
This is a recipe for 6 people, or two hungry stomachs…
75g Melted Butter
1 Teaspoon Baking Powder
White Chocolate Chips
How to make these beautiful cookies?
Beat the egg and add sugar. Then, add melted butter. Mix everything and add the other ingredients – that is to say flour, baking powder, and food colouring afterwards…
With a tablespoon, put some dough on the plate. Don’t forget to put space between them, because they will rise.
Bake in preheated oven (220°C) for about ten minutes. As soon as they seem cooked, take them and let them cool on a wire rack. Enjoy these green cookies!
You can follow the instructions thanks to this video I made. Thank you Movie Maker!