Boterkoek refers to Dutch soft butter pastry; a butter tart. Boterkoek is a very rich, thin, chewy and buttery pastry. The more common version of Boterkoek is made without the ginger and often has a pattern of halved almonds on top but some bake or prepare Boterkoek flavored with crystallized ginger.

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