Of all the cookie recipes are chocolate chip cookies one of the most beloved. How it came to be is still being disputed, but one thing we know too suddenly History chocolate flake biscuits has its debut at the House Inn tollbooth.
The version popularized by Nestlé-the Swiss chocolate company-tells us that Mrs Wakefield made chocolate biscuits, was when she was walking out of chocolate from her regular baker. Not ready to call her stop, she chopped a Nestle Semi-Sweet chocolate bar and threw the pieces into the dough to think she was melted in the dough. Of course, they did not and the famous toll house Cookie was born.
The story narrated by a former staff member of the Toll House Inn shows, however, that the chocolate chip cookie was a freak accident. Mrs Wakefield is known for her sugar biscuits, which they offered at every meal and sold in the lobby of the Inn. One day, while mixing a large batch in his Monster Hobart mixer, a Nestlé bar shook a shelf and fell into the mix. With pieces of chocolate all over her biscuit dough, Mrs Wakefield believed that her party cookies are ruined. Fortunately, her frugal worker spoke to him by cooking the party.
Whatever the story is true, the Tol House Inn is undoubtedly the cradle of this favourite recipe. Chocolate Chip Cookies were born at this House Inn and soon became a famous party.
During World War II, Massachusetts soldiers received toll home biscuits back home and shared them with their comrades in the arms of other parts of America. Soon, hundreds of letters began a nationwide mania for Toll House Inn biscuit recipes, chocolate flake biscuits and NESTLE semi-sweet chocolate that made them possible.
Even today, among the most popular recipes of cookies, chocolate chip cookies are still Tops, and half of the baked biscuits in American homes are chocolate flake cookies. Recipes for the famous homemade toll cookie vary, but my favourite is a faithful interpretation of the original. See that Nestlé streamlined the recipe by simply throwing the baking ability with the dry ingredients, but the extra few seconds needed to decompose into the water is worth it.
First, you get all the ingredients on the counter. You should have a cup of butter-no, the margarine will not cut here. Measure 3/4 of a cup of brown and white sugar. Whisk in a bowl, two eggs. 1 teaspoon baking soda, 2 1/2 cups of flour, a teaspoon of salt, a cup of chopped walnuts (my special addition to this delicious recipe), 12 ounces of chocolate, and a teaspoon of vanilla measuring.
Preheat the oven to 375 degrees F and prepare a 10 x 12 baking sheet. Although you can simply put the leaf with a little extra butter grease, it is much easier to remove the cooked biscuits if you place a layer of parchment paper before baking. Note that this is not just a parchment paper, but parchment paper for a baking-a special paper that is safe for food and oven.
Now in a large bowl gives the cream butter well with a wooden spoon-no plastic imitation the same sensation. Slowly add the sugars and creams in the butter with good strength properties. The cream with good strength properties is how to make chocolate flake biscuits should be this perfect texture that we all love.
Add the egg and the vanilla then, and whisk to the mixture lightly and fluffy. This takes about 3-5 minutes with an electric beater or more by hand.
In A separate bowl, mix the flour and the salt. About half of this mixture of flour to add the liquid ingredients, and whisk well.
Loosen the baking soda in a teaspoon of warm water, and add to the cookie dough, stirring in the pit. Then add the rest of the flour mixture and whisk until the whole is mixed.
With a knife, cut the chocolate into large pieces and-with the walnuts-stir in the dough.
Place the dough on the baking sheet or bake paper for baking by large spoons. Place the balls of the dough about 2 inches apart and flatten them with the back of a fork-at barely 1/2 inches thick.
Bake for 10 to 12 minutes, until lightly tanned everywhere. The outside should be crispy and crispy. This is how to make chocolate chip cookies that the whole family will enjoy.
Let them cool on a rack, and soon you will enjoy one of the world's beloved cookie recipes, the chocolate chip cookies from the former in Toll House Inn. You Gonna Bite in a piece of history chocolate biscuits.