ginger and thyme shortbread

Curtis Blackmore

Curtis Blackmore

3rd May 2013
Curtis Blackmore

ginger and thyme shortbread

rub butter, suger, flour(s), baking powder together untill it resembles bread crums
add egg york, f...


  • 150g Soft Flour
  • 50g Corn flour
  • 3g baking powder
  • 90g caster suger
  • 140g unsalted butter (soft)
  • 1 egg york (beaten)
  • 1 Stem ginger (fine chop)
  • Thyme


rub butter, suger, flour(s), baking powder together untill it resembles bread crums
add egg york, finley chpped ginger and thyme
form to a paste
cut into desired shape
bake at 160c untill lightly golden brown
remove from cooker
spricle abit of suger on top while bisuits are hot
let them cool on a wire rack
(dont worry they will be soft and floppy at first but when they cool down they will go hard)

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