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THE KOSHER CELIAC’S PASSOVER COOKBOOK BY ANNE LUDER

Gluten, Wheat & Soya Free Food filled with Flavour for all the Family

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Gluten Free Cinnamon Balls


Vegetarian, Parve, Passover
Makes approx 25

The trick with these is not to let them brown but to cook until they are just set, allow the biscuits/cookies to cool for a few minutes before removing from the tray.

500g (1lb) ground almonds
500g (1lb)) sugar
1 large egg white
1 large (medium) whole egg
4 tsp cinnamon
½ grated eating apple - optional

250g (8oz) icing (confectioners) sugar for coating and storing

Beat the egg white in a clean grease free bowl until it is at the soft peak stage ie it looks like snow.

In another bowl mix the whole egg, fold in the almonds, sugar and cinnamon if very stiff add a spoon or two of the egg white. Stir in the apple if you wish to use this. Now gently fold in the egg white with a metal spoon you will have a mixture you can roll between your hands.

Line 2 heavy baking trays with good quality non-stick paper or use non-stick trays

Roll the mixture into golf balls and place on the baking trays with room between to expand to 1½ times their current size.

Place in a preheated oven for 10-15mins at 150 C fan, 170 C, 360 F, Gas 3, Moderately slow taking care they do not catch.

Place the coating sugar in the tin or sealable plastic box (which you will keep them in). Remove the cinnamon balls from the trays, whilst still warm; roll them in the icing sugar. They outsides will slowly firm up and the centres should be soft.




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