The muscovite cookies They are the most famous and typical sweet pastries in Asturias, whose origin is said to be Russian but it is not very clear, and whose ingredients and preparation are a secret of the Rialto Confectionery in Oviedo, which is specialized in Asturian sweets and is where its pastry chefs have been making sweet muscovites for years.
These are crunchy almond and chocolate cookies that have very few ingredients and are very easy to make, but as we have already mentioned before, the recipe for Rialto Muscovites It has never been revealed and therefore, we are going to try to make homemade Muscovites in our own way, sharing that step by step in Free Recipes.
10 diners 30m Dessert Low difficulty Additional features: Medium cost, Spanish recipes, Asturian recipes Ingredients:
- 100 grams of granulated almonds (Marcona type)
- 100 grams of icing sugar
- 100 milliliters of whipping cream
- 20 grams of flour
- 75 grams of chocolate to melt
Steps to follow to make this recipe: 1
Cook the cream and the icing sugar until there are no lumps of sugar.
Add the sifted flour and the granulated almonds with low heat and remove when the image texture is obtained.
Scoop the dough from the sweet Muscovites on a parchment paper in a baking tray (preheat the oven to 180 ° C beforehand). It is important to leave a lot of separation between the Muscovite cookies and that they are not very large since during baking they expand and could get stuck. Bake at 180 ° C for 10 minutes.
Melt the chocolate in a water bath or in the microwave.
Let cool Oviedo muscovite cookies on a rack.
Smear the bottom of Muscovite pasta with melted chocolate. Let it temper until the chocolate has hardened.
Serve the Asturian recipe of Rialto Muscovites freshly made.
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