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Lemon Snow Drops


Source: Fine Cooking - Issue No. 24
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Rating: 2
by: car Reviewed: 04/30/2012
Don't bother
Too little lemon flavor. I reviewed the other recipes prior to making and made adjustments - added one egg and more lemon zest and juice - it created a decent cookie, but no lemon "wow" factor. When I go for a lemon cookie I'm really looking for that big hit of lemon to surprise me and wake my tastebuds. This recipe was dissappointing.
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Rating: 4
by: Valerie Reviewed: 04/19/2012
After some adjustments, came out delicious!
Having read all the other reviews, I still wanted to try these cookies. I don't think I had 2 1/2 tsp of lemon zest, but used all I could get from one lemon. I used 5 tsp of lemon juice, since we like lemon, but only used two cups of flour at first. I added a bit more flour, about 1/2 cup or less, until I got a firm but slightly sticky dough. I needed 48 cookies so I made them about 3/4", using a small scoop and baked them a few minutes less. I used this recipe as a guideline only!
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Rating: 5
by: Tracy Reviewed: 04/18/2011
Lemon Snow Drop Cookies
So, so tasty. Perfect pop-in-your-mouth size. A big hit with everyone young and old. You just have to make these sweet treats.
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Rating: 3
by: nora, FL Reviewed: 01/01/2010
needs adjustments
made as directed, this came out much too dry (still crumbly), and without enough lemon flavor. by the time i got the dough to hold together, i had added a total of about 4 TBSP of lemon juice, and the flavor was almost too lemony. also, the dough had gotten tough by that time. maybe 2 Tbsp each of lemon juice and milk, added all together, would make it come out about right without being tough.
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Rating: 4
by: Rebecca, AL Reviewed: 12/11/2008
Troublesome Dough
Following the directions exactly, I could not form this dough into a ball. It was too dry and crumbly. I ended up adding much more lemon juice, almost 3 T. total. Even then I had to press it out and cut out squares to get a cookie to form. I next tried rolling out the dough into a rope, that was a little better due to the heat of my hands warming the dough. I then cut it into about inch long pieces. Baking time was about 15 minutes for me.
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