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Basil breakfast biscuits

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Over the last few months I've been giving myself some gifts. Small things, for goodness sake, summer dresses, prints to frame, some objects for the home but also time. A little for myself but above all for the people from whom, for one reason or another, I have taken it away by first taking away the pleasure of being together. A phone call, a message and a lunch or dinner together with those close to me. Every time this happens I go home with a slightly stupid face and a big smile from side to side. The even more beautiful thing about all this is the feeling of well-being I get from it, a great sense of gratitude.

When I feel like this I would like to give the same feeling to everyone around me, without explaining too much. In those moments I would like to have time to bake biscuits for everyone, because you know, biscuits are always popular, you just need to guess the right combination. These basil flavored biscuits I prepared them thinking about breakfast, something summery and fresh to dip in the morning tea while having a chat.
They are biscuits, with the amount of dough I put in the recipe you can get 15, with a delicate basil flavor that can be perceived when tasted. If you want, you can replace the basil with lemon thyme or lemon verbena, perhaps a little more conventional but certainly just as good.

Good day!

Basil biscuits for breakfast

3 egg yolks + 1 for browning
150 g of soft butter
10 basil leaves
100 g of dark brown sugar
1 tablespoon vanilla extract
350 g of spelled flour

In the bowl of a food processor, pour the butter cut into pieces, the chopped basil leaves, the sugar and mix until it forms a cream. Add the 3 egg yolks. Add the vanilla extract and flour and let the mixer run again. A ball of dough will form which you will tip onto a cutting board. Knead the dough as little as possible to compact it, flatten it slightly and cover it with cling film. Cool in the refrigerator for 1 hour.
Roll out the dough to a thickness of 5 millimeters using a little flour. Cut the biscuits using a cutter, you will get about 15-16. Brush them with egg yolk, using a fork draw lines on each biscuit and bake at 170°C for 12-15 minutes.

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