Tuesday, 15 November 2005

Chocolate Chips & Almond Cookies

Very tempting to try out this so call similar to Famous Amos Cookies from the M4M website. Thank one of the person there who is really to share his recipe and all the guidance for making this wonder cookies. It's rather easy and simple to make but you need to have a few ingredients on hand. And since I had already grated the Gula Melaka inside the fridge I might as well get it done faster. I replace the chocolate chip and nuts to 1 whole block of Cadbury Almond Chocolate because I happened to run out of chocolate chip and I can't find Macadamia nuts around think is out of stock. You should really go and try this recipe out if you are a fan of Famous Amos Cookies.


Ingredients: (make about 60 50 cent coins cookies)
Item A: Process/Rub the following together thoroughly
175g Self-raising Flour
50g Rice Flour
25ml Corn Oil
Item B: Cream Till Fluffy
100g Unsalted Butter, cut into small cubes
50g Light Brown Sugar
50g Gula Melaka( finely minced/grated )
75g Castor Sugar
1/4 Teaspoon Salt
1 Teaspoon Vanilla Extract
1 Tablespoon Kuhlua
Item C: Whisk In
50g Milk Powder
1/2 Egg
Item D: Stir In
125g chopped nuts
200g chocolate chips
Flour Mixture

Methods:
1. Cream butter and all the sugars until combine then add in the rest of Item B and continue until light and fluffy.
2. Next whisk Item C till combined then stir in Item D and Flour Mixutre.
3. Leave the overall mixture cover in the frige for about 20-30 minutes.
4. Preheat the oven to 170 degree and shape the cookie dough on a tray lined with baking paper.
5. Try to leave some spaces between each cookies so that their won't stick together during baking.
6. Baked for 15 - 20 mins or until golden brown, remove from tray and cool on baking rack.



Notes: The cookies will feel soft when removing from the oven, don't worry about it. Just leave it on the rack to cook to room temperature and they will be crispy.

I don't have rum, brandy nor whisky at home so I replace it with Kuhlua(coffee liquor)Posted by Picasa


6 comments:

  1. Hi Lena,

    I am interested in trying your chocolate and almond cookies. I am a first timer trying to bake cookies, would like to know what is 'kuhlua' and where can I get it from? I have tried Phoon Huat, but they don't seems to know about this ingredient.

    Please can you reply this via my email address.

    Thank you and regards

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  2. Halo.. Jenny,

    So sorry i can't reply this thru your email..cos i don't have your email address.

    Kuhlua is a kind of coffee liquor, if u don't have u can add brandy, rum or you can ombit it....

    HTH

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  3. Hi,

    I would like to try this cookies that u described that tastes like Famous Amos Cookies, i simply love Famous Amos Cookies. Do they really taste like famous amos cookies? How it tastes like?
    Thanks!

    Michelle

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  4. Halo Michelle,

    Em.. i can said, althought it's not 100% like Famous Amos Cookies but then it's very close to it. It's crunch and fragrant. But don't make it too big in size. :)

    HTH.

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  5. Hi ellena,
    Could you describe on the process of item A. I don really understand on the whole rubbing/process method.
    Would like to try out this cookie recipe from u:) looks yummy!

    Hope to hear from you soon.

    Thank you.
    Ms yeoh

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    1. Hi Ms Yeoh,

      For item A, you can mix both S.R Flour and Rice Flour in a mixing bowl then slowly stir in the corn oil till the mixture combined, set aside. Hope that help :)

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