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Making V-day cookies. The kind where you do a cut-out of one and then make a sandwich with jam--question is, do you put on the jam and sandwich the cookies before or after baking. The recipe isn't clear (damn you, Martha Stewart).

asked by mklug over 7 years ago

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coconutlime
added over 7 years ago

I've done it both ways. An advantage to using it after baking is that it won't melt and scorch.

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Splash of Something
added over 7 years ago

I'm planning to make these for Valentine's Day, too! According to this Martha recipe (http://www.marthastewart...), you bake the tops and bottoms first, then spread the jam and sandwich them together afterward.

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jwolfsthal
added over 7 years ago

bake, spread, sandwich.

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MaryMaryCulinary
added over 7 years ago

Bake the rounds and cut-out rounds first, then cool and sandwich them with jam.

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Laura_K
added over 7 years ago

Linzer cookies are great! I actually bought new cutouts for them today! As posted, bake, spread, sandwich! Enjoy!

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