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Tuesdays with Dorie (Dorie’s Cookies): Puffed Grain & Miso Cookies

Dorie Greenspan Puffed Grain & Miso Cookies on eatlivetravelwrite.comThis week’s Tuesdays with Dorie recipe from Dorie’s Cookies was a savoury cookie made with an unlikely combination of ingredients. Since the original recipe makes 48, I quartered the ingredients to make 12 “cookies” in mini-muffin tins.

Dorie says:

I guess you could call these rice cakes, but you’d be shortchanging them — no rice cake I’ve ever bought has delivered this much flavor. These cookies have a puffed rice base but go their own way with the addition of puffed barley (or puffed quinoa, a somewhat elusive ingredient that’s worth grabbing when you see it), light (sometimes called white or yellow) miso paste, toasted sesame oil, sesame seeds and chopped salted peanuts. They’re all held together with brown rice syrup, which sweetens the mix a little and plays off the miso a lot.

I used only puffed rice since I have a giant box of it in the pantry (I should totally have gone to the bulk store to buy this in a smaller quantity) and didn’t want to add to it by buying puffed barley or quinoa.  I used cranberries and chopped peanuts (should have chopped the cranberries more for the smaller size to get more even distribution), sesame seeds. I found the brown rice syrup flavour to overpower the miso (I only had dark miso – maybe that was it?) and so these were more sweet than savoury. The brown rice syrup also hardens more than I would like for this sort of cookie – they were super crunchy and I’d prefer a little chew – again, in the mini sized pans I was guessing at bake time so maybe they just need less time.

I like the idea of these cookies but I’d definitely play with the flavour combination next time – there are so many possibilities I see!

Get the recipe for Dorie Greenspan’s Puffed Grain & Miso Cookies on page 430 of Dorie’s Cookies.

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3 Responses to Tuesdays with Dorie (Dorie’s Cookies): Puffed Grain & Miso Cookies

  1. Cakelaw January 21, 2020 at 14:54 #

    The combination was unlikely but I enjoyed it too. I mainly got miso flavour – it reminded me of peanut paste.

  2. Diane Zwang January 22, 2020 at 16:32 #

    The last batch I baked was 14 minutes, they are still crunchy. I think they are meant to be a rice cake. I think to make them soft you would have to make them into a marshmallow treat. We loved these anyway. I am making them again.

  3. steph (whisk/spoon) January 27, 2020 at 17:06 #

    i also like the flavor possibilities. am thinking about an all-out sweet one with nut butter instead of miso and maybe some chocolate bits.

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