Yield: Yields about 4 dozen 1-1/2-inch coins.
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Make Ahead Tips
The rolled log of dough may be frozen for up to a month and then thawed on the counter for about an hour or in the refrigerator overnight. Or bake the coins ahead, wrap short stacks in plastic, pack the stacks in plastic containers, and stash them in the freezer. Thaw at room temperature (or put the frozen coins right in the oven) and warm them for a few minutes at 325°F to refresh them.
An easy way to cut chilled butter: Quarter the stick lengthwise and then slice the quarters crosswise into small squares.
i made this recipe instead of using the lemon rind i use orange zest so smooth and flavorful i served this during new year's eve dinner in boracay philippines
I made them without rosemary the first time and they were a great success at a neighbour hood party in Toronto before christmas. They were the first things to go. This time I'm in Italy and am doing them with rosemary. I'll let you know.
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