Sesame Cookies

Sesame Cookies created by Baby Kato

A recipe that comes from the South of USA. Taken in a book of recipe from different countries. I don't know how much cookies it gives, so I guess 20. If you do it, tell me how much and I'll change it :)

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  • Cream the butter with the sugar.
  • Add the egg, beat then add the flour, baking powder, salt, vanilla and sesame seeds.
  • Beat well.
  • Drop teaspoons of dough on a greased baking sheet making sure to space out each cookie.
  • Bake in a preheated oven of 340 F for 8 to 10 minutes or until the cookies are hard.
  • Let cool few seconds, then take them off the baking sheet carefully.
  • Chilicat had 35 cookies, using a 1-teaspoon scoop.
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"A recipe that comes from the South of USA. Taken in a book of recipe from different countries. I don't know how much cookies it gives, so I guess 20. If you do it, tell me how much and I'll change it :)"

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  1. Shelley M.
    Sesame Cookies Created by Shelley M.
  2. Jeannine F.
    How much butter is that?
  3. JOY1998
    Boomette, these sesame cookies are delicious. I loved the sesame flavor so I added a few more sesame seeds to the recipe. Thank you for posting this recipe.
  4. UmmBinat
    These are lovley and lacy/delicate as you can see from the photos while the sesame seeds give them an earthy flavour. I made ours gluten free using a rice flour mix (white rice flour and half the amount of tapioca starch. I also kept them corn free by adding some baking soda and organic apple cider vinegar for the baking powder. I did not use (grilled~toasted) sesame seeds and they came out toasted enough for us without doing so. I suspect if you toast them they may be too burnt tasting. By the way, when it says keep them apart on the pan it means it!!! Mine ran into each other and I had spaced them pretty well. Thanks for this recipe I will make again. Made for Ramadan Tag 2010.
  5. Baby Kato
    Another winner from Boomie. These little treasures are awesome. I really enjoyed the flavor of these tasty little gems. I can't seem to stop eating them...help. I toasted the sesame seeds in a dry frying pan to bring out the nutty flavor. What a great cookie, it was crisp, tender and very fragile. Almost like a wafer cookie in texture. They did spread alot while cooking and were difficult to remove, but more than worth any extra effort. Thanks so much for sharing this recipe.
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