My sister has been wanting to make Green Peanut cookies by herself, she likes this cookies so much so that she can wacked everything on her own.
With her anticipation of making this, I direct Lilian’s recipe to her.
The entire work was started from 4pm and ended at 9pm plus. The most tedious part or rather difficult part is the removing the nut’s skin. Like what Lilian said, mostly colouring are on the skin itself. And my sis really follows what Lilian did, she bought those kacang putih instead of pre-make ingredients.
Anyway, once the skins are removed, we grinded it as fine as possible.
Start weighing all the ingredients and lump everything into the mixing bowl. Once blend well, we added the measured corn oil into the dry ingredients.
Then mix again. Lilian also said in her blog that it has to be knead well, if it gets crumble easily, add some more oil.
Then after, we roll the dough into tiny balls. The sizes of the balls are difference from one after another, well, after all it’s a non-sale items, isn’t it?
Oh ya, remember to preheat the oven at 170°C for about 15 to 20 minutes, and then bake those tiny balls for that temperature and bake for that duration.
And ta-da… here’s the finished products!!! Drool??
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