Recipe of the famous ANZAC cookies
Today we want to put ourselves in kitchenette mode and show you a delicious version of the famous Anzac cookies with which you will leave your friends with their mouths open, commemorating this April 25 in the purest Aussie style.
Anyone who lives or resides in Australia around these dates will know or have heard that April 25 is the famous “ANZAC DAY”. It’s a day that commemorates the first day that Australian and New Zealand troops witnessed military actions in Gallipoli during the First World War. The traditional Anzac cookie used to be made with a simple mixture of flour, oatmeal, golden syrup (a type of sugar syrup), dehydrated coconut, sugar, butter, and baking soda. However, the recipes have varied a lot until what is now known as Anzac cookie.
There is a popular myth that they are called Anzac cookies because they were sent to Anzac soldiers during the war. However, while it is true that they travel excellently and do not contain any ingredients that spoil easily, Anzac cookies were not invented until the 1920s.
Today, Anzac cookies are available in supermarkets, cafeterias, and at all school parties in Australia and New Zealand. But putting history aside, let's get down to business!
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