How to Make Apricot Cookies

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Making apricot cookies is great to do when you're having your cup of coffee. Make apricot cookies with help from an experienced culinary professional in this free video clip.

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Hi, my name is Raul Villa. And today, I'm going to be showing you how to make apricot cookies. This cookie's actually very good with coffee, if you're going to have a tea, a little tea in the afternoon, it's really good with tea, with coffee in the afternoon. It's very good in the morning, if you're just going to have a little quick coffee and a little bit of apricot cookies. After you bake the cookies and make sure you cut the hole in the middle of half of the cookies. So, if you're doing 30, 15 will be plain, 15 will have a hole in it, very important. After you let them cool off for about two hours, we're going to put the apricot marmalade. It's the thing what you want to put on, the marmalade is very smooth. Make sure you put it all over the cookie, spread them very nicely on all over the cookie. Because this is what's going to give you all the flavor when you cut the cookie, when you bite into the cookie. Sprinkle some powered sugar right on top of them. And that's going to give a very good flavor to it when you bite into it. You don't want to put too on it, but just enough to cover the top of the cookie. Now you put the top of the cookie and you squeeze it all the way, so it will nice and tight. Make sure that your marmalade kind of pops up in the center so you can actually see what the flavor is. There you go. Something very good about these apricot cookies, you can actually make them and bake them ahead of time and decorate them as you need them. You can actually keep them for two or three days before you can actually decorate them. So, life shelf is very good on this.

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