jeudi 25 décembre 2008

Putri Salju

I baked this cookies two days ago, because years ago, I always helped my mom baked this cookies for Idul Fitri. And now, I want to to it by myself. But I didn't ask mom about the recipe, I interested to try Mbak Arfi Binstead of HomeMades recipe that is very famous with "melted in the mouth cookies". And yesss....it's true. 100% true. The composition of the sugar also perfect. Not too sweet. But mine, they were broke easily so I must be very careful when I put them into the jar or when I wanted to take it out. Whew....I love this cookies. I have a plan to give this cookies to my friend who celebrate Christmas and because I couldn't see her yesterday, her cookies jar still in my kitchen. Ahhh, they are very tempting...ha..ha..I want to eat them!

Ok, no further chit chat, voila...ce sont mes cookies :

Putri Salju
by Arfi Binstead

225 gr butter,unsalted
285 gr all purpose flour, dry toaste
15 gr whole milk powder
1-2 tablespoon confectioners' sugar
125 gr cashew nut, chopped coarsely
1/4 tsp vanilla extract
confectioners' sugar or vanilla sugar to coat

1. Preheat oven to 300degrees F (140 degrees C). Lightly grease or line parchment paper on cookies sheets.
2. Beat the butter and confectioners' sugar until white and fluffy. Fold in the dry toasted flour and milk powder, mix well. Add the chopped nut and extract, mix well.
3. Roll into 1 inch ball or other dimension to your liking, put in the baking sheet, then baked for 15 minutes until when you press your finger on the cookies and there is no indentation.
4. When the cookies are colled, roll into the confectioners' sugar.


2 commentaires:

Abby a dit…

white December, white princess cookies...nice idea..

Dapur Cantik a dit…

Hello, Mbak Tanti..mau dunk crescent'y huehehe..

Btw,mbak, iya, udah aku link blognya di DC....maaf, baru dipasang yaaa.. :)