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Chinese New Year - Peanut Cookies


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Ingredients

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Peanut Cookies

  • 300 grams Toasted Peanuts
  • 250 grams raw sugar
  • 150 grams peanut oil/other vege oil
  • 250 grams plain flour
  • 1 teaspoon salt fine
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Recipe's preparation

    Peanut Cookies
  1. 1. Toast Peanuts in frying pan over stove (without oil) and then grind them Speed 9-10, 5-6 seconds.

  2. 2. Pre-heat oven 200deg C.

  3. 3.Mix in Peanuts with Sugar, Flour, salt. Mix Speed 6, 3-4 seconds until well combined.

  4. 4. At Speed 3, slowly drizzle the oil through the opening, until cookie dough looks pliable, but not sticky. If added too much oil, just add more flour.

  5. 5, Using hands (wet / food gloves), roll cookie dough to form a ball. Put on baking paper, on baking tray, until all the cookie dough is used up.

  6. 6. Using the end of a cleaned end of a empty ball point pen, imprint a circle or you can use more peanuts and place on top as decoration.

  7. 7. Bake for 15-20 minutes.

  8. 8. Bon Appetit. This is a "melt-in-your-mouth" cookie. Be warned.. addictive.

  9. (This recipe was taken from //www.malaysiabest.net/2006/01/19/recipe-chinese-new-year-peanut-cookies/ and converted to a TM version)

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Tip

1. Watch the cookies in the last 5 minutes of baking.. you don't it cracked too much! tmrc_emoticons.)


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  • Did this recipe again and it burnt after 18...

    Submitted by maplegoh on 15. February 2018 - 09:48.

    Did this recipe again and it burnt after 18 minutes so definitely have to watch it very closely! tmrc_emoticons.)

    My friends can't stop eating this!

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  • I took it out of the oven but

    Submitted by maplegoh on 8. February 2016 - 13:12.

    I took it out of the oven but seemed still uncooked! At which point do we know it's ready?

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  • Thanks for a great recipe.

    Submitted by jasmine1 on 29. January 2016 - 16:36.

    Thanks for a great recipe. Took the advice to mill raw sugar before adding the other ingredients. 

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  • Very nice and look great.  My

    Submitted by Greencheez on 22. February 2015 - 19:00.

    Very nice and look great.  My suggestion would be to grind the sugar first as they were a bit gritty

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  • These were awesome! Made them

    Submitted by Supers on 4. March 2013 - 11:51.

    These were awesome! Made them for Chinese New Year and they were very popular with the family.

    So easy and delicious.

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  • That's great!!!

    Submitted by chinsk on 5. February 2013 - 19:26.

    That's great!!! tmrc_emoticons.D

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  • These cookies are so simple

    Submitted by Panoukla on 21. January 2013 - 10:37.

    These cookies are so simple to make and you are right, so addictive, hard to stop at one (or two!!).great for morning tea. Thanks for posting. tmrc_emoticons.)

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  • sorry for the repeated steps.

    Submitted by chinsk on 8. January 2012 - 11:20.

    sorry for the repeated steps. Just look at first 8 steps. I am trying my best to edit/delete (and retype) this.

     

    Update : Just tried, but the numbering is stuck there. Need more practice on this! tmrc_emoticons.)

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