Apricot or other fruit jam… Most cakes containing one of these foods have fans equally among the older and younger. No wonder delicious cookies have long attracted many sweetmeats and even those who prefer creamy cookies.
An irresistible combination of jam-packed dough enriched with jam provides perfection for everyone's palate. Jam or jam rings are a dessert always seen not only on the holiday table, but also on all other occasions, whether it is spontaneous hanging out with friends.
The marmalade cookies go perfectly with both coffee and cocoa, so sometimes you can eat them for a snack when your craving for the sweet is over and you don't want to comfort it in a chocolate bar.
One of the biggest benefits of pastry cakes is that they can be eaten a few days later, because they are softer and tastier every day, which is why they are the best solution for all days when you think your guests might suddenly come.
Jam is a sweet ingredient that can be found not only in cakes but also in bread crumbs. There is no more delicious breakfast than a little butter, marmalade and toast… It has been around since the 15th century when it was originally made from quince. Today, there are many more foods that make jams, cherries, apricots…
If you decide to make marmalade rings, choose the flavor that works best for you. If you chose apricot, you have a few more ingredients left and you can start preparing.
- 350 g flour
- 150 g butter
- 2 egg yolks
- 100 g of sugar
- 150 g apricot jam
- 100 g of powdered sugar
- 1 vanilla sugar
- 1 egg
Take the flour, eggs, egg yolks, sugar, and butter and mix the puff pastry with them. Once you've got the mixture you can manipulate, make the shapes you want, and after you've cut the rings, make a hole in the middle and prepare to bake.
Stack them side by side in a baking pan and heat the oven. Once you have heated it to 200 degrees, place them to bake. Make sure they do not burn, and after about 10 minutes, turn off the oven, put the rings on paper and sprinkle with vanilla sugar and powdered sugar.
Coat all remaining rings with a mixture of marmalade and rum and cover with other rings. Enjoy a delicious dessert.