At your next tea party, surprise your guests with these savory homemade ricotta cookies. I grabbed a container of ricotta cheese one day at a cheese shop in Little Italy, New York. I was under the illusion that I could make lasagna that would taste better than what some restaurants serve.
Speaking of Italian foods, everyone ought to dine in Little Italy when there’s a chance. It borders lively Chinatown and quaint SOHO.
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The entrées are super, cheeses are magnificent, and desserts are sweet. But before I digress any further, let me show you how to bake ricotta cookies. You will need these ingredients:
|All purpose flour||2¼ cups|
|Baking powder||1 tsp|
|A pinch of salt|
|Unsalted butter, rm temp||½ cup|
|Fresh ricotta, drained||8 oz.|
|Vanilla extract||½ tsp|
|Lemon or orange zest||1 tsp|
With a little help, these ingredients mingle together and produce delicious ricotta cookies. First,