Rigglevake kucha (railroad cookie)
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Rigglevake kucha (railroad cookie)
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Last updated 6/12/2012 1:20:29 AM. Recipe ID 52243. Report a problem with this recipe.
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      Title: Rigglevake kucha (railroad cookie)
 Categories: Cookies
      Yield: 1 Servings
 
MMMMM-------------------------LIGHT PART------------------------------
      4 c  Sugar
      1    Egg
      1 c  Butter
    1/2 c  Milk
      2 ts Baking powder
    1/2 ts Vanilla
           Flour: enough to make dough
           -easy to handle

MMMMM-------------------------DARK PART------------------------------
      1 c  Brown sugar
      1 c  Molasses
    1/2 c  Water
      2 ts Soda
    1/2 ts Vanilla
           Flour: enough to make dough
           -easy to handle
 
  Mix the light and dark parts in separate bowls. Blend the sugar and
  butter for both parts.
  
  For the light part, beat in the egg then alternately add the milk,
  vanilla and baking powder sifted with flour.
  
  For the dark part add to the butter-sugar mixture the molasses, water
  and vanilla alternately with enough flour.
  
  Break off pieces of dough from both dark and light parts, shape them
  into rounds and roll them separately about 1/8 inch thick. Put one on
  top of the other, roll up like a jelly roll and slice off the pieces
  as thinly as you can. Place on greased cookie sheets and bake at
  350'F until done.
  
  This is a cookie with a "laminated dough structure," that is, one
  part is crispy and the other part is chewy. It results from
  differential sugar crystallization. Ordinary sugar is readily
  crystallizable and produces the crisp part of the cookie (the light
  part). Molasses contains invert sugar and is crystallization
  resistant; it produces the crispy, dark part of the cookie.
  




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Recipe ID 52243 (Apr 03, 2005)

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