Traditional peanut cookies

Wednesday, January 27, 2010

100gram roasted peanuts, finely ground
100g all-purpose flour
30g confectioners' sugar
30g castor sugar
75-100ml peanut oil

1 egg yolk, beaten (optional)

1.Preheat oven to 350 degrees F (175 degrees C).

2.Line baking sheets with parchment paper.

3.Combine together the peanuts, flour, corn flour, and confectioners'sugar in a large bowl until well-combined.

4.Make a well in the center of the peanut mixture.Slowly pour in the peanut oil and mix into a dough,slightly sticky dough.

5.Shape the cookie into a balls about 1/2-inch in diameter.

6.Place the balls on the prepared baking sheets, and brush each with egg yolk, if desired.

7.Bake in the preheated oven until the cookies are golden brown, 6 to 8 minutes. Let cool on racks.

***It is best to use groundnut oil for an aromatic nut flavour.


Anncoo said...

Mmm...I can already smelled the aroma of peanuts from here...

5:34 PM
Sweetiepie said...

Anncoo-lol thanks for dropping by :)

9:40 PM
noobcook said...

oh love this so much, they are so yummy and just in time for the CNY too :)

11:09 PM
Sweetiepie said...

noobcook-yeah,peanut cookies always a must for CNY :)

11:23 PM
wendyywy said...

CNY got u blogging again.. I tot where have u been....
I'm planning to make a different version of peanut cookies this year...
But I can't find time to do it yet

1:51 AM
Snooky doodle said...

oh these must be super peanuty and yummy :) look nice too !

5:02 AM
pigpigscorner said...

One of my favourites! nutty goodness...

1:49 PM
Nisha said...

Looking at the cookies, they sure bring on the hungriness even when one is stomach full! u're an expert sweetie pie.. i admire u so much :-)

2:00 PM
lilyng said...

happy new year

6:12 PM
cherry potato said...

Wish you & your family have a wonderful Chinese New Year!!!

5:42 PM
ARUNA said...

Nice n gorgeous!

7:27 PM
Pete said...

Mmmm, nice cookies. A favourite during Chinese New Year!

8:31 AM
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3:56 AM
Simply Life said...

oh those are adorable and sound delicious!

5:04 AM
fitnfree said...

Iv'e never seen a peanut cookie quite like these - they look marvelous! Thank you!

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5:22 AM
Sarah said...

That is looking so delicious! I'd love to try this at home. Thanks for the great share!

8:42 AM
Gabby said...

This peanut cookie are looking so delicious! I'd love to try this at home.

4:14 AM
Jenny said...

These cookies are delish but I had to add an extra cup of oats so they weren't flat. I also lowered the baking time to 14 minutes. Very yummy but I'm going to keep looking for the best oatmeal choc chip recipe.

5:34 AM
Mariah said...

I loved this! I used unsalted peanuts instead of salted ones and it turned out great! Thanks for the share!

2:35 AM
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9:36 AM
jane said...

These are delicious, the perfect traditional peanut butter cookie. I added 1 cup of peanut butter chips. These are great!

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2:08 PM
meinekueche said...

this cookies are sooooo yum yum in your mouth...i had bake recipe like this...but not as lovely picture as yours,,,

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Nice cookies. Thanks for sharing.

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