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Old 12-16-2010, 12:50 PM   #1
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Looking for a jam-filled cookie...

I'm trying to find a recipe for a cookie that is filled with jam (strawberry/plum/etc.) These cookies are usually found at European Weddings, mainly Italian. But I've been told they aren't even Italian cookies. They look like mini croissants. And sprinkled/rolled with sugar (not icing sugar).

I have a recipe for Rugalach but that calls for cream cheese and I don't think the ones I'm looking for use cream cheese. But if I can't find a recipe for this particular cookie nor if anyone knows the name, can I use the rugalach recipe with just jam as the filling?

I have also just found this picture via tastespotting.com:

recipe found @ 5 Star Foodie Culinary Adventures: Plum Jam Biscuits

It looks exactly like the cookie I'm looking for but can anyone confirm? Despite the particular brand ingredients used, can I use any all-purpose flour and substitute regular sugar for the vanilla sugar? All other suggestions are welcome!

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Looking for a jam-filled cookie... I'm trying to find a recipe for a cookie that is filled with jam (strawberry/plum/etc.) These cookies are usually found at European Weddings, mainly Italian. But I've been told they aren't even Italian cookies. They look like mini croissants. And sprinkled/rolled with sugar (not icing sugar). I have a recipe for Rugalach but that calls for cream cheese and I don't think the ones I'm looking for use cream cheese. But if I can't find a recipe for this particular cookie nor if anyone knows the name, can I use the rugalach recipe with just jam as the filling? I have also just found this picture via tastespotting.com: [IMG]http://lh4.ggpht.com/_zzw8w3yiwE4/S9hKrnHBilI/AAAAAAAADDQ/rgYFI1qUeFY/s800/Plum%20Jam%20Biscuit%203416.jpg[/IMG] recipe found @ [URL="http://www.fivestarfoodie.com/2010/04/plum-jam-biscuits.html"]5 Star Foodie Culinary Adventures: Plum Jam Biscuits[/URL] It looks exactly like the cookie I'm looking for but can anyone confirm? Despite the particular brand ingredients used, can I use any all-purpose flour and substitute regular sugar for the vanilla sugar? All other suggestions are welcome! 3 stars 1 reviews
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