There is nothing better than good food after a bike ride. For the last six years I have been cycling and eating all over the world. From grilled snakes in Cambodia to wild pigs in France. With this menu you can discover all my pedal powered adventures. Explore & Enjoy
Brazil nuts may be the flagship nut of Brazil but cashew nuts are also here in abundance. The colorful fruit is used for sorbets and juice and the nuts that perch atop the fruit are toasted and used in recipes from Vatapa to Caruru. They can also be used to make these delicious biscuits.
This recipes makes about two dozen cookies.
2 cups of brown sugar
One cup of butter
Half a tsp of salt
Half a cup sour cream
2 cups of flour
One tps of baking powder
1/2 tsp of vanilla essence
0ne cup of broken cashew nuts
Add the sugar, butter, egg, vanilla and sour cream to a large bowl and mix until you have a creamy paste. You can cheat and use a Magimix.
Now stir in the almost all the cashew nuts and mix well with a large wooden spoon.
Drop a tablespoon of the cookie mix onto a baking sheet on a baking tree. Place a few of the remaining cashew nuts on the top of each cookie. Bake at 400 degrees for 10 minutes.