Fluffy orange koulourakia. Great recipe for Fluffy orange koulourakia. These koulourakia (cookies) are very fluffy, tasty and have an amazing orange flavor!! Recipe by ΜΠΙΣΚΟΤΙΤΣΑ Koulourakia are a fluffy and crispy, orange-scented traditional Greek Easter Cookies that are the perfect treat with coffee, milk or hot chocolate.
Once you taste these not too sweet, slightly crunchy on the outside and tender soft on the inside biscuits, with just a subtle hint of orange and vanilla, you will be making Koulourakia throughout the year. Add the eggs, and beat until lightly colored. Add the milk, vanilla, orange zest, and baking powder. You can have Fluffy orange koulourakia using 9 ingredients and 4 steps. Here is how you achieve that.
Ingredients of Fluffy orange koulourakia
- It’s 250 g of margarine.
- You need 1 1/2 cup of sugar.
- Prepare 2 of eggs.
- It’s 200 g of yogurt (I use light 2%).
- Prepare of the juice and zest of one orange.
- Prepare of about 1 kg self rising flour.
- You need 2 tsp of baking powder.
- You need 1 tsp of baking soda, the tip of.
- Prepare 1 of egg yolk with a little water for brushing.
Eating koulourakia reminds me of my childhood and the beginning of spring. The latter is unfortunately not happening at the moment!. They're light, they're fluffy and taste like an orange orchard. Traditionally a Greek Easter treat but can be enjoyed anytime with tea, coffee or as a quick snack!
Fluffy orange koulourakia instructions
- Cream the margarine with the sugar. Add the eggs one by one, then the yogurt and then add the juice and zest..
- Mix in the flour and the baking soda..
- Stop the mixer and gradually add the flour little by little until you have a dough that does not stick to your fingers..
- Form your koulourakia, brush them with the egg-water mixture, place them in a baking tray lined with greaseproof paper and bake at 180°C for 15-20 minutes, until golden brown..
Course: Baking: Cuisine: Greek: Prep Time: Koulourakia — The Quintessential Greek Cookie. Koulourakia (or Koulouria) are one of the most revered traditional Greek desserts. At one time, I made these often as a nice treat with a quiet cup of tea. Though these are traditionally served with a light dusting of powdered sugar, my guess is dipping the ends in chocolate would also work well. More recently tried to reduce the fat by.