Thursday, August 16, 2012

SNOW ALMOND




Popular  cookies during Eid Mubarak among Malaysian Bloger. I have book marked these cookies since last year but was unable to do so...and this year I made a try. It's a simple crispy cookies coated with chocolate and breadcrumbs. Love it. Recipe adapted from  adated from Sinar Kehidupan Ku - http://yatiememories.blogspot.com/2011/08/biskut-snow-almonds.htm


Bahan A 

260 gm butter
150 gm gula caster
1 sudu kecil esen vanila
50 gm serbuk badam

Bahan B

300 gm tepung Red Rose (kalau takde ganti tepung gandum pun boleh)
50 gm tepung kastard
50 gm susu tepung
40 gm tepung jagung
Bahan Hiasan
Coklat masakan - cairkan cara double boiler
Sedikit breadcrumb putih - untuk menyalut

Cara- Cara
1.       Pukul bahan A hingga berkrim
2.       Masukkan bahan B dan uli hingga menjadi doh yg lembut
3.       Canai dan terap dengan acuan yg di sukai
4.       Susun dalam loyang dan bakar pada suhu 140C selama 30 minit atau sehingga masak
5.       Sejukkan biskut atas redai
6.       Celup biskut dalam coklat masakan yg telah di cairkan cara double boiler
7.       Golekkan biskut ke dalam breadcrumb
8.       Simpan biskut dalam bekas kedap udara.
Rasanya ramai yang sudah mencuba resipi ini, cuma saya baru sahaja mendapat kesempatan untuk mencubanya. Sedap cookies ni ranggup dan disalut dengan cokalat dan serbuk roti.
Next Post - Blueberry Snack Cake

4 comments:

Munatycooking said...

Maybe I should try for this Eid too, I've never heard of or seen these cookies before, thanks for sharing Fatimah.

Paty's Kitchen - Cook with passion. said...

Salam Muna, it's popular here in Malaysia. I just tried 1 batch for eid..and my children love it so much. EID MUBARAK to you and family.

Anonymous said...

hye.salam lebaran.still in eid mood to make this cookie. ;)
the prob is,where can i get breadcrumb besides at bakery shop?? is it available in hypermarket, supermarket or kedai runcit??
coz in my hometown dont have bakery shop la..

Paty's Kitchen - Cook with passion. said...

Hi Anonymous..you can get breadrumbs from TESCO or any hypermarket..if you can't find one you can substitute it with desiccated coconut..it's good enough. Hope this helps

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