Recipes for Chinese New Year cookies

My son came into my room, asking me if I have any good recipes for cookies. Well, I told him, go Google it. Your ma’s recipes are all online. Just google malaysiabest cookies recipes and you will find them.

So, here are some of the recipes which I have tried and tested.

Melting moments – This is a very crispy and buttery cookies. However, piping the dough is quite a chore because your hands get all oily and handling the thing is rather messy.

The compulsory Chinese New Year peanut cookies. Nowadays, I prefer the green peas or almond cookies rather than the peanut ones.

Recipe for green pea cookies.

Almond cookies

And another recipe that I like is the sugee or suji cookies.

All the above are guaranteed to work. Try it!

Post Author: Lilian

Food, travel, recipes. Chinese Malaysian, blogger, photographer and writer.

3 thoughts on “Recipes for Chinese New Year cookies

    Lily

    (February 1, 2010 - 11:43 pm)

    Hi Lilian

    I was looking at your Corn Flakes Cookies which I am keen to bake. However, what is an “emulder”? Do you have the actual name of the product that I could just go to the supermart and search for it?

    Thanks!

    equinox dezign

    (February 4, 2010 - 12:33 am)

    Hi Lilian, thanks for sharing. I’ve been looking for suji cookies receipe and found it here.

    yokehar

    (February 18, 2010 - 7:11 am)

    Hi Lilian, I saw an old post of yrs re kueh bangkit. Here is my mom’s recipe which works well for me. Good luck…

    1 kati (600 gm) tapioca flour (fried with bunch of pandan leaves till light and fluffy) leave to cool overnight
    4 egg yolks
    1/2 rice bowl of sugar
    enough coconut milk (boil with sugar (above), a pinch of salt, and cool)
    1/2 tsp baking powder

    Hope it works well…good luck for next yr!

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