Golden Cheese cookies

I loved reading all your comments on my misfortune baking. It's so good to know that I'm not the only one who messes up simple recipes. And finally I made something edible that tasted good! Inspired by my bakerella sister's Pacman cheese cookies, I tried to make them last weekend. And everyone liked them! So here's the super easy recipe:

Mix 100gr cheese (whatever you have/like: I used gouda because we didn't have any parmesan as in the original recipe…), with 60gr melted butter and 125gr flour. Add some curry powder, a pinch of pepper and I also added a little salt. Knead little balls of the dough.

And roll these little balls in a tiny bowl with sesame seeds:

Then press them onto your baking mat and bake them in the oven for about 20-25 minutes at 180°C until they're golden brown.

Bon appétit!

8 thoughts on “Golden Cheese cookies

    1. They are crispy on the outside and a tad softer on the inside. I think it also depends on the kind of cheese. They're perfect for the weekend :o)

  1. ok, this ones must have been dangerously good. Everything with cheese is good. I cannot understand why some people don't like cheese. can you send me some over?

    1. Isn't there some kind of rule with cheese from France and US food regulations? ;o) Me too, I don't know why some people don't like cheese: I love it!

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