Monday, June 30, 2008

Sesame Wheat Cookies



I saw this cookie posted in auntie Yochana's blog and quickly asked her for the recipe. It looks very good eh? I was delighted when she posted the recipe and I have all the ingredients on hands. So, waited no further, I made her sesame wheat cookies.



You can get auntie Yochana's recipe here. I'm not sure how to describe this cookie. It's neither sweet nor salty. Kind of light and "song song" ( pronounce in Hokkein) with butter and sesame seeds flavors. I think it is suitable to serve this as cookie for cream cheese spread or jam. We just eat it like this though and surprisingly both my girls like it. I gave a bottle away to my friend and the rest my girls finished it in two days!

By the way, I baked mine in 325'F for 20 minutes.

9 comments:

singairishgirl said...

Wow, wow, I love that. Love the flower-shaped ones. I will check n see if got ingredients to make that. ;)

Jo said...

Yummy looking cookies. I am amazed your girls like sesame seeds. I don't think mine will like.

tigerfish said...

Looks like a light kind of cookies - I can have a lot!

babe_kl said...

hmm this looks so nice, must be very fragrant

Elaine said...

hi, i have been following your blog for recipes..nice cookies.. very healthy also. I have just setup a baking blog too, do you mind if i put yr blog as one of my link.

Lia said...

ahaaaa gud looking biscuit! its perfect for ur tea snack :D

Little Corner of Mine said...

Thanks D. The flower shape one, I used the Wilton fondant cutter. ;)

Thanks Jo. Yeah, I was amazed too! I only got to eat a few to write a review and the rest they finished it!

Hehe Tigerfish, help yourself ya!

Thanks babe, it is quite fragrant.

Go ahead Elaine, I don't mind at all. Glad you find my recipes worth coming back for.

Yup Lia! :)

Mansi Desai said...

they sure look tempting!:)

Retno Prihadana said...

Your biscuits look really good.