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Jam biscuits
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These bite-sized treats filled with sweet jam have a lovely crumbly texture due to the addition of ground almonds and hazelnuts.


Jam biscuits

Preheat the oven to 170⁰C/325⁰F/gas mark 3.

Lightly butter a baking tray or line it with baking parchment.

In a large bowl, beat together the butter, sugar and egg yolk with a wooden spoon. Stir in the nuts and flour to make a firm dough. Roll walnut-sized pieces of the mixture into rounds and put them on the baking tray.

Flatten each round and use the end of a wooden spoon dipped in flour to make a hollow in the middle of each one. Use a teaspoon to fill each with your chosen jelly or jam.

Bake the biscuits for around 30 minutes until just golden. Leave to cool on the baking tray then store in an airtight tin for up to three days.


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