Thessaloniki Flakes Recipe

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One of the new trend flavors is Thessaloniki Flakes, and the Thessaloniki Flakes made with afternoon tea will not be enough to chat with nice friends. Thessaloniki Cereal tastes like the biscotti we know. Of course, Thessaloniki Flakes in thin slices, slightly harder than biscotti. You can add apricots and pistachios to Thessaloniki Cereal, we added peanuts and blueberries. If you have grapes, dried apricots and hazelnuts at hand, you can easily add them to the Thessaloniki Cereal Recipe. You can store Thessaloniki Cereal for a long time, it can be taken out and consumed when necessary, after cooking, you can keep it in cold storage containers for a long time, and serve it to your uninvited guests with tea.

Thessaloniki Cereal Ingredients

75 grams (5 tablespoons) butter at room temperature
340 grams (1 cup) sugar
2 eggs
312 grams (2.5 cups) flour
1 teaspoon vanilla
1 teaspoon baking powder
1 bowl of peanuts
1 bowl of dried blueberry

Thessaloniki Flakes Recipe

Let’s start making Thessaloniki Flakes Recipe, let’s take the butter at room temperature in the mixing bowl, add sugar on it and mix it. Then, let’s break the eggs at room temperature one by one and continue mixing. In a separate bowl, let’s mix the flour, baking powder and vanilla, let’s mix it, then add this flour to the egg mixture, when it comes to a consistency, let’s add peanuts and blueberries into it and at this stage, let’s start kneading with our hands. When the dough comes to a consistency, let’s take it between the greaseproof paper and shape it with our hands until it takes a rectangular shape, then let’s roll it out with the help of a roller. Let’s slice the cooked Thessaloniki Flakes and put the slices on the oven grill and cook for another 10-15 minutes.

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