Tuesday, February 5, 2008

Chinese New Year Series - Cornflake Cookies


Still struggling with time to finish making the necessary preparation for Chinese New Year. It is not because I need to make lots of cookies to give away, but rather, I started the baking late. In fact, we will not be spending the first 6 days of the New Year at our Kuala Lumpur home. The first 2 days will be at Daddy's hometown and then we will be flying back to my hometown in East Malaysia. Those goodies are more for the in-laws. (My mom makes very good cookies so she doesn't want mine *sob sob*).

Cornflake Cookies are the must-haves at my house for Chinese New Year. Mom makes very good cornflake cookies. This is her recipe actually. I made some changes to this recipe of mine. Instead of using castor sugar, I have used icing sugar for finer texture. No mixed fruits but raisins and I rolled them rounds instead of scooping into paper cups. The raisins or if you prefer mixed fruits, will give your cookies a mixture in consistency - crunchy + chewy. If you prefer the crunchiness alone, please omit the fruits. Thanks Kirs for prompting me the question about chewiness in cornflake cookies.

May I take this opportunity to wish all a blessed Chinese New Year.





4 comments:

Little Corner of Mine said...

Wishing you & family:

Xin Nian Kuai Le!
Sheng Ti Jian Kang!
Gong Xi Fa Cai!

Lady Vanilla said...

Jo,
Happy and Prosperous Lunar New Year to you and your family :))

delia said...

Hi Jo,
Gong Xi Fa Cai to u and your family!
So you are from east malaysia also?
Which town?

Jo said...

Ching, lady vanilla and delia,
Happy New Year to all of you too.

Hi delia, are you a Sabahan? I am from Sandakan of Sabah.