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belgian chocolate lace wafers


a nice recipe found on cooks dot com for zwt6.


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  1. Stir together flour and nuts
  2. In a 1-quart saucepan
  3. Stir together next 3 ingredients
  4. Stirring constantly
  5. Bring to boil over medium heat
  6. Remove
  7. Stir in flour mixture until well blended
  8. Drop by slightly rounded teaspoonfuls in oval shape 3" apart onto foil-lined cookie sheet
  9. Spread evenly with rubber spatula to 1 / 2" by 1 1 / 2" oval
  10. Bake at 350f 4-5 minutes or until golden brown
  11. Cool completely on foil on rack
  12. Peel foil from cookies
  13. Place cookies
  14. 1 at a time
  15. Top side down on cookie sheet
  16. Return to oven 1 to 2 minutes or until soft
  17. Roll into cylinder shape starting on long side
  18. Cool on rack
  19. Spread 1 end of each cookie with melted chocolate
  20. Allow chocolate to set or eat it as-is
  21. May be stored in tightly covered container up to 1 week

Step 17

Total Time in Minute 40

Ingredients Count 6

cooking belgian chocolate lace wafers

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Dark corn syrup

Light brown sugar


Semisweet chocolate

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