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Nigella Lawson shares her recipe for delicious chocolate chip cookies
Nigella Lawson shares her recipe for delicious chocolate chip cookies – and fans say they’re ‘hands down the best’ they’ve ever tried
Nigella Lawson, 60, shared her recipe for chocolate chip cookies on Instagram
Fans from across globe were quick to take to comments section praising treats
One said had been using recipe since 2011 and added it’s ‘hands down’ the best
Nigella Lawson has shared her recipe for delicious chocolate chip cookies – and fans say it’s the ‘best’ one they’ve ever tried.
The television chef, 60, took to Instagram and alongside a photo of some tasty treats fresh out of the oven, she penned: ‘It’s a bit hot for baking, but just because the chocolate chip cookies are #recipeoftheday doesn’t mean you actually have to make them today!
‘Still, they are very good, even if I do say so myself… And those in the Southern Hemisphere needn’t worry about the heat!’
She went on to say that the recipe will help to create a cookie which is tender and boasts fudgy chewiness, but still maintains an edge of crisp bite.
Nigella Lawson, 60, has taken to Instagram to share her recipe for delicious chocolate cookies. Pictured, on June 1, 2005 in London
INGREDIENTS AND RECIPE
Makes: approx. 14
150 grams soft unsalted butter
125 grams soft light brown sugar
100 grams caster sugar
2 teaspoons pure vanilla extract
1 egg (fridge-cold)
1 egg yolk (fridge-cold)
300 grams plain flour
½ teaspoon bicarbonate of soda
1 x 326 grams packet milk chocolate morsels or chips
Preheat the oven to 170°C/150°C Fan/325°F. Line a baking sheet with baking parchment.
Melt the butter and let it cool a bit. Put the brown and white sugars into a bowl, pour the slightly cooled, melted butter over them and beat together.
Beat in the vanilla, the cold egg and cold egg yolk until your mixture is light and creamy.
Slowly mix in the flour and bicarb until just blended, then fold in the chocolate chips.
Scoop the cookie dough into an American quarter-cup measure or a 60ml/quarter cup round icecream scoop and drop onto the prepared baking sheet, plopping the cookies down about 8cm/3 inches apart. You will need to make these in 2 batches, keeping the bowl of cookie dough in the fridge between batches.
Bake for 15–17 minutes in the preheated oven, or until the edges are lightly toasted. Cool on the baking sheet for 5 minutes before transferring to wire racks.
Taking to Instagram, one person shared a picture of their cookies fresh out of the oven and penned: Gooey chewy and crunchy @nigellalawson cookie recipe which seems the perfect snack to kick start the weekend (pictured)
Fans were quick to take to the comments section, with one admitting: ‘I have been baking choc chip cookies to this recipe since 2011. The best hands down!’
And it wasn’t long before the post was flooded with comments – from fans who have been baking the cookies for years, and newbies who have since given them a go amid the coronavirus lockdown.
‘I have been baking choc chip cookies to this recipe since 2011. The best hands down,’ praised one, while a second enthused: ‘The best cookies.’
A third added: ‘We love them. They have been an in our home! Melbourne Australia,’ while a fourth agreed: ‘Looks so yum! Just made your “praised chicken” for dinner.’
A further wrote: ‘I feel like these will get our house out of this midweek/coronavirus slump,’ while another wasn’t hanging about and commented: ‘I have these in the freezer. Just popped some in the oven.’
Baking fans from as far as Australia commented on Nigella’s post, with one admitting: ‘We love them. They have been an isostaple in our home’ (pictured)