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Pecan Linzer Cookies with Cherry Filling

Crumbly, nutty cookies layered with sweet cherry jam and dusted with sugar make delectable valentines. If you're feeling soft-hearted, serve these alongside Hot Chocolate with Marshmallow Hearts.

Source: Martha Stewart Living, February 2007

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Store in an airtight container up to 2 days.

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  • theshoe22
    15 FEB, 2013
    Cookies tasted good (not very sweet though), but the dough was very crumbly and hard to work with when rolling and cutting out the cookies.
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  • JenZag
    20 NOV, 2010
    I love these cookies. I make them at Christmas with a small tree cut out in the center and they are everyone's new favorite Christmas cooke. I have made it with homemade raspberry and blueberry jam as well. They are all very good.
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  • beatrizz
    11 JUL, 2010
    HORRIBLE!!!!!!!!!!!!! they tasted exactly like cardboard! The worst cookies I've EVER had, I will NEVER rely on Martha for ANY cookie recipes again. Besides the atrocious taste the dough made only a dozen cookies MAX! which in our case was perfect since they went straight to the garbage!!
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  • awig
    13 FEB, 2010
    About 2 dozen, according to the magazine.
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  • MS11251796
    13 DEC, 2009
    Anyone know how many cookies this recipe makes?
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  • mykele
    12 FEB, 2009
    Since you are going to put the pecans into the the food processor anyway, just buy pecan pieces..cheaper than halves. As to the hazlenuts just use 3/4 cup of them or any nut. For others, how about grapenuts cereal for the nuts? You are only limited by your own imagination. Bon Appetite
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  • laurelvanblarcu
    12 FEB, 2009
    To pkadiego. I'll bet that if 3/4 cup of pecans equals 3 ounces you could probably substitute 3 ounces of crushed cereal flakes or rice krispies. If you're not looking for the crunch you could use oatmeal (processed to a flour) or cornmeal. I think any of those would substitute well for the nuts although I haven't tried it yet. I myself am not a huge nut fan and do substitute quite a bit. Good luck!
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  • dwandruff
    12 FEB, 2009
    3/4 cup of pecan halves yields about 3 oz. I like to use toasted chopped nuts from Trader Joe's, as it is quick and easy. I'd like to see weight measures on these recipes too. Great recipe! Try with raspberry jam too. dw
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  • kristierowe
    12 FEB, 2009
    Made these last night. The dough gets very soft very fast, so work quickly. Filled mine with chocolate ganache instead of cherry jam. Very tasty!
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  • pkadiego
    9 FEB, 2009
    Can I substitute the nuts with something else? A family member is allergic to nuts. Thanks!
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