Monday, July 26, 2010
this is a recipe that I tried from http://resipicitarasawan.blogspot.com. Sis Wan has alot of simple and yet easy to bake cookies. Thank you Sis Wan..
I just made a few changes to suit the ingredients at home. I substituted brown sugar to castor sugar and add cocoa powder too as my daughter loves anything that is chocolaty....
Source : resipicitarasawan.blogspot.com
250gm of butter
30gm of shortening
250gm of brown sugar (I used castor sugar instead)
2tsp of essence of vanilla
460gm of flour - sieve
1/2 tsp of baking powder
1tsp of emplex
1/4tsp of salt
60gm of almonds-coarse and roasted slightly
Decoration :- M&M chocolates/smarties
Beat sugar and butter till creamy, add essence vanilla, egg at a time. Beat till well mix.
Add in all of ingredient "B". Mix well till it is soft dough. Rest for about 10-15 mins.
Scoop a small quantity of the dough, round it, pad flat and decorate with a few pieces of M&M/smarties.
Preheat over, greased baking trays, place the cookies on the tray. Give a gap between the cookies as it will expand.
Bake at 150C for about 15-20mins or till done.
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