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Matcha and Mocha Butter Cookies – Chinese New Year

Matcha and Mocha Butter Cookies – Chinese New Year

 Butter cookies are all-time favorite classic and today I am going to show you guys how to make Matcha Butter Cookies and Mocha Butter Cookies. They are super easy to make and delightful to munch on in the afternoon. Super elegant too if you want to present these cookies as a gift for someone.

Matcha and Mocha Butter Cookies – Chinese New Year

If you pursue perfection, you could actually download a macaron template to follow so you could pipe evenly. Just make sure that to leave 2 fingers spacing as it will spread during baking.

Matcha and Mocha Butter Cookies – Chinese New Year

If you notice, each flavor has its own unique shape. I have used different types of piping star tip to show you guys how versatile the recipe can be. Just use your creativity and bake these cookies in all shape and sizes! If you don’t have any piping tip and do not want to buy one, you could even just pipe out just as it is and bake it flat!

Matcha and Mocha Butter Cookies – Chinese New Year

 

Matcha & Mocha Butter Cookies

Ingredients

Dough:

  • 300 grams of Salted Butter softened
  • 90 grams of Icing Sugar
  • 2 Egg Yolks
  • 230 grams of Plain Flour
  • 90 grams of Cornstarch

Matcha Butter Cookies (1/3 of dough):

  • 2 tsp Matcha Powder

Mocha Butter Cookies (1/3 of the dough):

  • 1.5 tsp of Coffee Emulco
  • 1.5 tsp of Cocoa Powder

Instructions

  • Preheat oven to 170C.
  • Cream softened salted butter and icing sugar until light and fluffy.
  • Combine egg yolks into the mixture.
  • Then, stir in plain flour and cornstarch.
  • Divide the dough into 3 and flavor them accordingly.
  • Transfer each dough into the respective piping bag with a star tip. Then, pipe out evenly onto a baking tray lined with parchment paper.
  • Bake it in the oven for 15 to 20 minutes until golden brown.
  • Let it cool completely before storing it into an airtight container.
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DejaBrew – Authentic Chinese Dialects’ Cuisine Under One Roof

by Goh Xiao Shi

A place to taste authentic Chinese cuisine of different local dialect groups under one roof

Wonton Mee - DejaBrew - Authentic Chinese Dialects Cuisine In One Roof

Wonton Mee – DejaBrew – Authentic Chinese Dialects’ Cuisine Under One Roof

When comes to feasting on different local Chinese cuisines, nowhere else could be more apt than Deja Brew, a cozy café strategically located at the Singapore Chinese Cultural Centre. The punny name of the café gave me a hint that I was about to travel to the past through my taste buds. But I was wrong. The menu, well thought out by the owner and his team, is a fusion of traditions and modernity.

Hakka Salt Baked Chicken Rice - DejaBrew - Authentic Chinese Dialects Cuisine In One Roof

Hakka Salt Baked Chicken Rice – DejaBrew – Authentic Chinese Dialects’ Cuisine Under One Roof

Forget about the overpublicized Hainanese Chicken Rice, make way for Hakka Salt Baked Chicken Rice! The tender chicken thigh and the slightly salted rice were well presented in a brick bowl. Although the rice was slightly drier than the usual, the juiciness of the chicken thigh made up for the dish. A healthy and satisfying dish.

Hainanese curry chicken - DejaBrew - Authentic Chinese Dialects Cuisine In One Roof

Hainanese Curry Chicken – DejaBrew – Authentic Chinese Dialects’ Cuisine Under One Roof

The Hainanese Curry Chicken here was served in a bread bowl! The boneless curry chicken meat paired with their crispy, yet soft and fluffy bread will not disappoint you. We managed to finish the entire bread bowl, no kidding!

Har Cheong Gai - DejaBrew - Authentic Chinese Dialects Cuisine In One Roof

Har Cheong Gai – DejaBrew – Authentic Chinese Dialects’ Cuisine Under One Roof

Har Cheong Gai needs no introduction. The one served here was meaty, crispy and flavourful. If you are craving for some comfort food. This is it.

Hokkien Mee - DejaBrew - Authentic Chinese Dialects Cuisine In One Roof

Hokkien Mee – DejaBrew – Authentic Chinese Dialects’ Cuisine Under One Roof

Row, row, row your boat, here comes the antidote! This is not your regular Hokkien Mee, the noodles were soaked in thick black sauce served with fresh diced fish and clams. A delicious antidote to your hunger and leaving you craving for more!

Deja Brew constantly comes up with new dishes. Rickshaw Noodles and Mee Sua were the latest additions to the menu. If you just want to chill out with some drinks, then you will be impressed by their range of beverages. From traditional kopi to fruit teas, you will definitely find something that you like here.

Getting here:

Address: 1 Straits Boulevard #01-02 Singapore Chinese Cultural Centre S 018906

Contact: (65) 6221 1016

Opening hours: Mondays to Saturdays (9.00am – 9.00pm) last order 8.30pm
Closed on Sundays & Public Holidays

By Car: Car parking is available. Parking charges apply.
By MRT: Tanjong Pagar MRT (EW15) Around 7-minute walk from Exit B or D
By Bus: Bus 10, 10e, 57, 100, 131, 97, 97e, 131, 502 (5 minutes’ walk from bus stop)

Instagram: @Dejabrewcf

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