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November 05, 2009


yay! thanks, Nick for baking & Gemma for sharing. I have a friend who spent quite a bit of time in Argentina and still has cravings for all of the food. I'm going to make these to surprise him!

follow-up...made these yesterday and WOW. getting rave reviews from friend & me (I had to save some for myself, right?). I used Not Without Salt's dulce de leche method and it was ridiculously easy & satisfying.

I sprinkled a little sea salt on the caramel before sandwiching & did go with toasted coconut because I am a fan. these would be perfect as the end to a Latin-themed dinner party and may even make my Christmas cookie plate this year.

thanks so much Gemma!

so good! a family friend from argentina always makes these around christmas! can't wait to try your recipe!

Ahhh my husband lived in Argentina for a period of time & loved it. We will try this recipe also.

Wow.. I can't wait to make these, the picture looks really good too..

Lovely! My husband is from Uruguay, and at earlier this year we sent them home with our wedding guests:
I think I might need to include them in my holiday baking.

Hi Nishta, I am so glad they worked out well for you. I absolutely love these cookies and I'm glad Nick let me share them with everyone! I'm also glad to hear that the Not Without Salt method worked for you. That is the route we are going once our Argentine supply runs out. Sea salt is a brilliant idea! I may have to try that.

Thanks Ellen, I hope all is well. Let's get a drink soon!

Thanks, I hope they work well for you JoLynn, Joe and Janine!

Making them with my sis right now! Trying out the can method for the dulce de leche. Thanks for posting this in an easy to find spot, Love.

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