Pandan cookies for this Chinese New Year. It’s the time of the year for this festive season and I want to celebrate it with the familiar aroma.
These pandan cookies are easy to make, fragrant and easy to consume. You will sure lie to yourself to have just one more…
I used a wooden square mold for this recipe. If you don’t have, you could make it round by shaping it into a log or make it squarish with your hands. Do whatever you like, you can even roll out and use a cookie cutter!
Everyone nowadays are so crazy about Jenny Bakery’s Cookies from Hong Kong! Because, it is so good!
Last month, my brother went to Hong Kong for a business trip and heard about the Jenny Butter Cookies crazed. Immediately, he went to queue for a good hour to get us some.
It was just so buttery delicious that I had to recreate it! Looking at the ingredients stated from Jenny’s cookie tin, and with the help of the internet I manage to create the perfect melt in your mouth butter cookie.
Please ensure that you are using high quality butter. In Singapore, salted Golden Churn butter in a canned is considered the finest of all.
You will sure to love this recipe! The recipe makes around 15 cookies, so be sure to double or even triple so that everyone will get a fair share.
Yum. I feel so happy everytime when there’s tons of butter used for a recipe…..