Shortbread biscuits from Nea Karvali

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iframe src="https://www.youtube.com/embed/2lrDuRGnqGc" frameborder="0" width="560" height="315">/iframe> The famous Greek shortbread biscuits, "kourampiedes", an absolutely fantastic recipe all the way from the area of Nea Karvali, in a href="http://www.visitgreece.gr/en/main_cities/kavala" target="_blank">Kavala/a>.!--more--> strong>Step 1:/strong>span style="font-weight: 300;"> Beat the butter very well until frothy and white, add the sugar and continue beating./span> strong>strong>Step /strong>2:/strong> Once the butter and sugar have been well combined, mix in the egg yolks, one at a time, the brandy and then the cinnamon. Continue beating and mix well. strong>strong>Step /strong>3:/strong> Add the almonds and the flour. strong>strong>Step /strong>4:/strong> Shape in rounds and bake at 180 °C, until golden brown. When cool, sprinkle with icing sugar. strong>strong>Step /strong>5:/strong> Arrange the shortbread biscuits in a tower on a round platter. div> div>Ingredients list for 6 άτομα : span style="font-weight: 300;">600g whole almonds with skin /span>span style="font-weight: 300;">600g butter /span>span style="font-weight: 300;">2 egg yolks /span>span style="font-weight: 300;">250g caster sugar /span>span style="font-weight: 300;">900g flour /span>span style="font-weight: 300;">2tbsps of /span>a style="font-weight: 300;" href="https://www.yolenis.com/1159/whole_cinnamon_sticks_cretan_herbs_50gr">ground cinnamon /a>span style="font-weight: 300;">1 espresso cup of brandy /span>span style="font-weight: 300;">2kg icing sugar (for the coating)/span>/div> /div> aricle by a href="https://www.yolenis.com/" target="_blank">Yoleni's/a> see origan article a href="https://www.yolenis.com/1712/koyrampiedes_neas_karvalhs" target="_blank">here/a>