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Saturday, January 17, 2009

Satay Fish cookies

Satay Fish is a stinky but delicious snack made of barbequed and caramalised fish wafers.











I have a few packets of these satay fish which was sitting at the back of the pantry and when i saw Aunty Yochana made cookies with them, i have found the opportunity to use up the forgotten snack. The cookie is as stinky as expected but i quite like the uniqueness of the flavor. I thought that the dolphin shape was appropriate for the fish ingredient but the tails were too delicate and most of them were dislodged from the body after i stored them.




Ingredients:


1/3 cup Satay fish - pounded (it's a snack ...in small packaging)

3/4 cup all-purpose flour

5 tbsp cornflour

2 tbsp rice flour

2 tbsp white sesame seeds

4 tbsp confectioners' sugar
1 tsp baking powder

1/8 tsp. salt

7 tbsp oil


.Method:


Mix all together until it becomes a dough.


Roll out dough between 2 plastic sheet it and cut it out with a biscuit cutter and then bake at 325f . Time for baking differs on the thickness of the cookie.



Serves

5 comments:

Anonymous said...

Dear Lily,
Wonder if you ever heard of a rice cookie or cake made of dry cooked rice with honey or matose and tinted pink or red? My late mother use to get it some where in Chinatown for Children Day.

Rice is dry and ground powder like and mix matose.

Erica

lilyng said...

erica

could this cookie be called 'chow mei paeng' in cantonese?

Little Corner of Mine said...

Still have any left or not? Save some for me, I want to do a taste test.

Tuty said...

Interesting to say the least... I learn something new from you every time you post.

Cheers,

lilyng said...

ching

there will be, cos sandra said it is stinky, i am the only one eating.

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