Wednesday, February 3, 2010

Almond Flakes Cookie 杏仁片饼干, simply crispy !

I found a good recipe i.e Almond Flakes cookie which only use egg white(a lot of egg white leftover after making cookies recently), and this cookie is simply crispy and crispy...

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Recipe adapted from xxx, sorry for not mentioning her name, as I couldn't find this recipe in her blog anymore, maybe she is currently selling cookies, thus she decided to delete this post.


Crispy Almond Flakes cookies (makes 15pcs)

2 egg whites
60g caster sugar
50g all purpose flour
100g Almond flakes
25g butter (melted)

1. Lightly beat egg white and sugar till sugar dissolved.
2. Add in flour, almond flakes and melted butter, combine well.
3. Spoon mixture on a non-stick baking sheet, and use the back of spoon to spread the mixture to round thin shape (make it as thin as possible).
4. Bake at pre-heated oven for 13-15mins at 160c or until golden brown.


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Happy Baking !!

30 comments:

Angie's Recipes said...

This is more a type of cookies that I love than the buttery almond cookies.

Jane Chew said...

thumb up! I will do this also :)

kitchen queen said...

the cookies look delicious.

reanaclaire said...

wow..looks so crispy.. can imagine how it taste esp the almonds..

ai wei said...

ahhh, this is something i love.
i have one question, the non stick baking sheet, used once then cannot reuse back right???
i tried something like this once using silicon paper but it's really a waste of paper @@

Somewhere in Singapore said...

How often do u cook and bake?

zurin said...

oh i wil keepthis recipe..it looks amazing!! tq Sonia for sharing :))

温馨小屋 said...

那你做麽还把人家的recipe放上来??害人家少赚很多咧!哈哈哈!

Cheah said...

This looks great! Is it time consuming making this?

Rachana Kothari said...

Wow!!!! The Cookies look so delicious and buttery...

HS Kitchen And Hobby said...

Thanks for sharing.I also plan to do this cookies this weekend.

Little Corner of Mine said...

Oh yummy, it looks really crispy too!

Ju (The Little Teochew) said...

Oh great! I have so many egg whites in my fridge! And I love almond cookies. :)

Shandy said...

LOVE the crispy cookies and your new blog layout. Both gorgeous!

Gulmohar said...

scrumptious...Got to try this one soon :-) thanks Sonia !

Nina's Recipes said...

My favorite cookies! delicious!

苏联妈妈 said...

thanks Sonia ur recipe came in a rite time. egg white in my fridge can be use up oledi.

Kitchen Corner said...

Oh.. this is my mum favorite but I've not give it a yet. Looks like I got to learn it now. Cheers! Thanks for the recipe!

My Little Things Corner said...

This is good, easy to do and yummy too.

Colin Woon said...

Wife just saw your post and said she's going to try your recipe this weekend! Yum yum...I can't wait! Hehehe...

Precious Pea said...

This is the only cookie that I will make every year! Very addictive stuff!

Sonia (Nasi Lemak Lover) said...

Dear all, Thanks for dropping by, ya, quickly try out this recipe if you have extra egg white.

Ai wei, you can reuse back the non-stick baking sheet again and again, using this non-stick baking sheet, very easy to remove the cookie from the sheet.

Pete said...

This is one of my favourite CNY cookies.... Not many ingredients needed. Thks for the recipe

Blessed Homemaker said...

Sonia, you bother to make them into rounds, I gave up after 5 pcs. This is a very addictive "cookie" ;-)

Anonymous said...

I'm using this recipe too..its from Agnes Chang recipe book. I found thant if u not manage to make very thin, it turns out very hard. I'm facing this problem. Any idea why? From AW

mimid3vils said...

I think this year I don't have time making any CNY cookies or food :(

FC88 said...

All these cookies are killing me. I am definitely going to bake some for CNY for the first time. Thanks for the no egg yolks recipe.

Anonymous said...

Hi Sonia,

I love to review your blog to get some recipes. Currently I tried to bake Almond Flakes Cookie. Before baking, I did brush all over the baking sheet with melted butter.

Sadly, some batches are stick thoroughly to the baking sheet but some are not. May I know why this was happen and any solution for that? I try to remove from the sheet while it’s still hot. At first, it works. But after I tried for the next batch, its still stick to the sheet.

Appreciate if you can help me for this matter. Thank you very much.

Anonymous said...

Hi, you may try to use parchment paper instead of normal grease proof paper. With parchment paper, you don't need to apply any butter, oil or grease. It's so convenient. The most common brand you can find in supermarkets is the "Glad Bake" non-stick baking and cooking paper. I love it very much.

Anonymous said...

Hi...
Does anyone know how long these cookies keep? Do they last in an airtight container for more than 2 weeks?

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