Tuesday, January 12, 2010

[Chinese New Year Cookies] Flower Custard Cookies

Flower Custard Cookies is one of my favorite Chinese New Year Cookies. By compare to the typical cookies, it is a bit soft and easy to digest.

Ingredients:
3 Egg Yolk
250g Butter
150g Icing Sugar
1/2 Tsp Vanilla Essence
220g Corn Flour
120g Medium Gluten Flour
130g Custard Powder
6 Red Jelly

Method:
Mix well the Medium Gluten Flour, Corn Flour and Custard Flour in advance.
Chopped fine red jelly, serve aside.
Add icing sugar into butter, beat until light and fluffy
Beat in one egg yolk at one time, beating well after each addition.
Add vanilla essence and mix well.
Sieve the mix flour and add it into mixture slowly to made dough.

Line a baking tray with baking paper, use the piping bag to made flower shaped cookies.
Add the chopped red jelly on top of cookies as decoration.
Preheat the oven in advance. Bake at 170 degree Celcius for 35 minutes.



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8 comments:

  1. hi,,,can pls let me noe,can i used plain flour to suoersed medium flour,,,thanks

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  2. Hi, In fact u can use the plain flour instead, it is same as medium gluten flour. ^^

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  3. Hi

    These cookies are my favourite since kids and my aunty refused to share her recipe with me. Thanks for being so kind to share yours. it will be in my next agenda... cheers olivia

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  4. Hi Olivia. You are welcome. I am happy to share my cooking experience with everyone. In fact, this is the only recipe that I found so far and manage to bake it success ^^

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  6. Thank you for sharing your recipe. I just made a batch. =)

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  7. Hi! Is medium gluten flour same as medium protein flour?

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