Put margarine, egg, powdered sugar and cocoa into a deep bowl. Blend by your hand. Then, add baking powder, vanilla and flour little by little onto. Remold till you get a dough doesn"t stick to your hand. Leave to rest the dough for 10-15 minutes.
On the other hand, put coconut, egg white, powdered sugar and milk sheep into a bowl. Mix with your hands. Take walnut-sized pieces from the dough , turn it round your hand. Put 1 teaspoon coconut mixture into the dough, turn it off. Roll it in your hand. Line them up to the baking tray with grease-proof paper. Bake in the preheated 160-170 degree oven. Cook until 20 minutes.
Get your cookies from the oven after cooking. Leave to cool. Melt the dark chocolate in a double boiler on request. Pour onto cookies and serve.
What is Bain-Marie Method?
One container with chocolate to be cooked is placed in another, larger pan containing water that is at the simmering point. This method of cooking surrounds the chocolate with very low heat. So the chocolate melts during the time. This cooking method is also used for custards or white sauces.
A bain-marie cooking method is also known as a water bath or double boiler.
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