Almond Cookies

Some pple call this Sugi Cookies but I think Almond cookies fit it the most. Have improvised the recipe, added vanilla essence and diced almond for the additional crunchy bite. Personally prefer this to peanut cookies, that one crumble too easily. These are addictive, little nephew help himself to them.

The next time I bake them, I shld do reduce the sugar slightly, do it smaller and probably not in paper cups.

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One Response to Almond Cookies

  1. Cheryn says:

    Hi,

    Your almond cookies look so wonderfully yummilicious!! Was looking around for a suitable recipe to bake for the coming Chinese New Year when I came acoss your blog. Could I ask whether your cookies are the melt-in-your-mouth type?

    Also, if I would like to add some butter to enhance the flavour, could you advise me on the amount I should add? Is it okay to use half corn oil and half butter?

    Last but no least, I’m wondering whether it is possible to subsititute the vanilla essence with almond essence.

    Thanks a million!

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