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Chocolate and mint are a classic pairing, but try swapping pure almond extract for the peppermint.

Source: Everyday Food, September 2010
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Cook's Notes

Piping the cookies: Twist and squeeze the bag so that the batter is in one corner. Snip an opening, then squeeze out excess air. To pipe, hold bag at an angle to sheet with one hand and apply pressure from top with the other.

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  • abcowham
    4 AUG, 2014
    Easy recipe. Cooking time indicated was a little too long to give slightly coloured cookies (suggest dropping to 12 minutes). Mint essence at 1/4 tsp gives strong mint flavour, overpowering chocolate somewhat. Suggest using less if you are after only a hint of mint. Texture of cookie base doesn't give the same melting sensation of the "Mint Milano" variety.

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