Pistachio and White Chocolate Cookies
My friend’s birthday provided me with the perfect occasion to bake a batch of these cookies. I actually don’t like to eat sweet things all that much myself . If you ask me to choose between a skewer of chicken satay and a slice of chocolate fudge cake, I would choose the former without hesitation. Pistachios, however, are an exception (so is ice-cream, but ice-cream is a whole different category anyways). Here, the demure aroma of pistachios is paired with the velvety richness of white chocolate.
This recipe is taken out of Nigella Lawson’s How to Be a Domestic Goddess, which title describes my one of my life goals perfectly. This is a cookbook that I highly recommend. The writing is actually fun to read, and the pictures are gorgeous. Most importantly, its recipes (at least the ones I’ve tried) do work out very well, unlike some other books that don’t offer much beyond pretty pictures (yes, I am looking at you, Martha S.). And seriously, who doesn’t want to become a domestic goddess?
|Pistachio and White Chocolate Cookies (Makes 36)
As you can see, this is a pretty basic, fool-proof cookie recipe. I only managed to pack five cookies into the tiny paper gift box for my friend. As for the rest, well…
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- September 15, 2007 / 12:49 pm
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