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Melt In Mouth Butter Cookies Recipe PDF Print E-mail
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Friday, 28 October 2011 16:39
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MeltInMouth_2The word "Melt in mouth" attracted my attention when I saw some bloggers share their recipe with above title. I have copy down the recipe and bake it at home. It is a good recipe where I can bake again on coming Chinese New Year.

Recipe here...

Ingredients:
125g butter
40g icing sugar (sifted)
125g potato starch
80g plain flour (or superfine flour)

Method:
1. Beat butter and icing sugar until fluffy and light colour.
2. Sift in potato starch and plain flour, mix to form a soft dough.
3. Roll to small balls, press lightly with fork. After each press, dip fork in water.
4. Bake at 170C for 15mins.

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Writer's notes:
I expected the cookies to be "melted in mouth" immediately when it started to keep contact with my saliva. Tongue out But it needs to take sometime and in fact need some bite on it in order to "melt".

To describe the cookies, I can say it is quite alike with Chinese New Year cookies, kuih bangkit, which can be easily melted in your mouth. This "melt in mouth" butter cookies needs slightly more "efford" compare to kuih bangkit to be "melted" in your mouth. Wink

 


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#3 MnY - Yong SH 2012-02-12 22:32
Hi Jane Lee, thanks for ur comment. I have read through ur recipe. Will try ur recipe in future. :-)
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#2 Jane Lee 2012-02-10 13:18
You might need to re-adjust the proportion of potato flour and plain flour in order to get the unique softness.

it's 3 : 1

by using this proportion, cookies will turn super soft buy nice!

However you may try to put in 2 :1 :1 of Potato flour, Tapioca flour and plain flour to get best result.
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