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Friday, 1 February 2013

SUJI / GHEE COOKIES

I thought I won't be baking anymore cookies for the CNY but I still have some ghee left and thought of finished it off.

I have browsed through the "New Year Cookies cookbook" and this Suji/Ghee Cookies was highly recommended by the Editor's Choice so I guess this must be good.  
My previous Almond Cookies was  from this same recipe book and was also highly recommended by the Editor's Choice.

Yes, indeed this Suji/Ghee cookies is yummy because of the added ground almond.  

SUJI / GHEE COOKIES
Recipe sourced from “New Year Cookies” Cookbook by Alan Ooi 

Ingredients
A
80g icing sugar
¼ tsp salt
160g plain flour
50g almond flour

B
110g ghee/clarified butter

For Glazing:
1 egg yolk (beaten)

For Decoration
Some red or greed candied sprinkles (I don’t have this so I just dot with red colour and some red chocolate rice)

Method
Combine ingredients A in a mixing bowl.  Add in ingredient B and mix to a soft dough.
Cover with a piece of clean kitchen towel or plastic wrap.  Rest dough for 4 hours.

Pinch a small piece of dough and roll into rounds, OR roll dough out on floured surface and cut out designs with cookie cutters.
Arrange on greased or lined baking tray.  Glaze cookies and top with coloured sprinkles

Bake at preheated oven at 170C for 15 minutes until lightly browned.
Cool well.



Well, if you still want to bake more cookies for the CNY, this Suji/Ghee Cookies is quite good as it was recommended by the Editor's Choice of that Y3K Cookbooks - New Year Cookies cookbook.  


And also this cookies is good for the elderly who has biting problems (hee...hee...) as this is soft and melt in the mouth!



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14 comments:

  1. Wow! Another beautiful cookies here!!!

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  2. 蛋液扫得好金黄的饼干!
    看了都开心呢!

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  3. i made this too and look exactly like yours..but have yet to post..

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  4. Not only the taste looks good, but these little flowers are so cute!

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  5. seriously, you're done baking?? just mail 1 (or 2?) piece/s of all the cookies you made to this address..... haha.. do hope you haven't hung up your baking mitts yet, cos it's still a week away to cny. and i love looking at all your cny bakes, especially your ang ang cakes ^^ maybe you're going for the main dishes next? ooh.. *drools* ^^

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  6. Hi Mel,
    Suji cookies are delicious! Have note eaten them in ages! These are lovely! Perfect with some Chinese tea!

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  7. I love these cookies! Can eat a dozen.

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  8. Hi Mel! Still going strong with the CNY baking?

    Nice suji cookies! A must-have for CNY!

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  9. do you know i've never eaten sugi cookies before? i hv also never come across them selling in shops..maybe in shopping malls they have just that i never noticed. NOw that you have good recommendations, they must be terrific!

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  10. Hi Mel,
    I have tried a version from Agnes Chang.
    Oh! Now I see yours I like yours more because it has almond powder and no baking soda .
    I would love to have a piece or two from you..LOL
    mui

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  11. Hi Mel, wah.... you sure baked a lots of cookies this year. I've not make this sugi cookies but it look addictive.

    Best regards.

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  12. uhmmm... where is the Suji (semolina) in this recipe? It says Suji Cookies... correct?

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