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    From a cookbook by donna hay entitled 'flavours'. Excellent accompaniment to many Chinese dishes.

    Recipe #84263

    From Donna Hay's "Flavours". May substitute with pork fillets too. And i've tried it with panko (japanese breadcrumbs) with better, crispier results.

    Recipe #84264

    Adapted from 'Flavours' by Donna Hay. Quick and tasty.

    Recipe #83899

    This is one of my favorite cookies during Chinese New Year. Very peanutty with a bit of crunch. You can also dust with confectioners sugar after baking (while cookies are still warm) instead of brushing with egg wash. Cook time is 15mins per batch. Yield is approximation (i didn't count them and they were gone FAST!).

    Recipe #83029

    Adapted from epicurious. Great as a snack or in gift-jars too. Cook time is approx 1 hr 20 mins per batch (i usually need to bake them in four batches, as my oven is pathetically small).

    Recipe #82736

    This makes a very beautiful spiral/checkerboard cookies. The taste of these is wonderful too - tender, slightly crumbly, buttery. I got the recipe from a local (singapore) recipe book and made two batches (one spiral and one checkerboard) for Chinese New Year. I will post a pic once the recipe is up. Although these require more work than regular cookies, but it's very worth it, as the results are spectacular! Prep time include chilling time and cook time is 18 minutes per batch.

    Recipe #82716

    I found the basic recipe in recipegoldmine, then adapted it to make beautiful cookies for Chinese New Year. The combination of pineapple, coconut and a hint of almond is very yummy! Prep time is an estimation and cook time is 8 minutes per batch. Please note that these cookies are not very sweet, so if you have a sweet tooth, do not hesitate to use 1/2 cup of caster/brown sugar.

    Recipe #82710

    A local hawker food in Singapore and Malaysia. Probably not the healthiest food, but OH SO GOOD! I'm sure if you can't find the 'weird' ingredients, you can just sub sambal belacan/sambal oelek. Serve with plain rice or coconut rice and some stir-fried vegies.

    Recipe #80144

    These are very easy to make and they are perfect for cutting into shapes and decorating. Pop dough back into fridge for 5 minutes if dough gets too soft to work with. Prep time includes chilling time. Cook time is 10 mins per batch. Update Dec22 2004: Instructions to make CHOCOLATE sugar cookies are below.

    Recipe #79528

    I found this in recipe booklet "Gorgeous Biscuits".

    Recipe #79351

    Found this in my recipe book. I've really no idea where i got it from (i think it's from the internet). Posted on request. Update: I only used 1/4 cup of brown sugar and 2 TB of white granulated sugar. Turned out fine, unless you have a really sweet tooth.

    Recipe #78268

    Posted on request. I found this in my recipe book, can't remember where i got it. (I have not tried this yet)

    Recipe #78267

    Got it from WW cookbook. 4 points per serving. The picture looks really yummy! Garnish with some fresh parsley sprigs before serving - very appetizing meal indeed!

    Recipe #77914

    Adapted from allrecipes. posted on request by Di Neal.

    Recipe #77595

    Posted on request by Di Neal. Nice presentation and pretty easy too!

    Recipe #77593

    Quick and easy dish, and it's delicious! It's important to use mirin as sherry/other wine does not give the authentic taste of shogayaki. Serve it with steamed cabbage/other vegetables and japanese rice for a yummy meal! You can substitute pork with sliced beef too.

    Recipe #77183

    I got this from Cooks.com. Posted on request by Akikobay, for a rolled carrot cookies instead of drop type. Prep type includes chill time. Yield is a guess.

    Recipe #77101

    Source: allrecipes. posted on request.

    Recipe #77061

    From existentialmoo.com. posted on request by HeatherFeather for lactose-free breakfast.

    Recipe #77058

    from existentialmoo.com. posted on request for lactose-free breakfast. prep/cook time is a guess.

    Recipe #77056

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