Hungarian Kiffles Cookie filling/Nut Filling

Hungarian Kiffles Cookie Filling/nut Filling Recipe

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Morcash Sweat

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@Morcash

Found a JAP cook (Deb Crane) who also makes/posted the Hungarian Kiffles cookie recipe. This is an old, handed down recipe that comes from Hungary, and is a traditional Christmas cookie as it often made in cold weather. It’s a light cookie, and often becomes very addictive and gets rave reviews. The fillings vary, but I think because cream cheese is in the cookie dough which makes this cookie a pure delight for any party or holiday festivities. And because it freezes well, can be used throughout the year!

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Prep:
15 Min
Method:
Stove Top

Ingredients

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2/3 c
milk (plus enough to make into a wet paste)
3 Tbsp
margarine or butter (heaping spoonfuls)
3 dash(es)
cinnamon
3 c
ground nuts (pecans)
1/2 to 1 c
sugar

How to Make Hungarian Kiffles Cookie filling/Nut Filling

Step-by-Step

  • 1Heat on stove until mixture thickens a little and is heated throughout. It is really done once it thickens up. **If mixture is too thick, add small amounts of milk to make mixture into a wet stiff paste consistency.

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About Hungarian Kiffles Cookie filling/Nut Filling

Course/Dish: Cookies
Main Ingredient: Nuts
Regional Style: Hungarian
Other Tag: Heirloom




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