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Saturday, October 27, 2007

Cheese Sticks





Ingredients:

120 gm. Butter
80 gm. Sugar
3 gm. Salt
50 gm. lightly beaten egg
40 gm. ground almonds
180 gm. plain flour
80 gm. Kraft Cheddar cheese - grated
1/2 tsp. Vanilla Extract

Method:

(1) Cream butter, salt and sugar until fluffy. Add eggs gradually till finished. Mix well.
(2) Add in vanilla essence, grated cheddar cheese, ground almonds and plain flour. Mix till a dough is formed . It will be a soft dough. Chill the dough in the fridge for at least 1 hour so that it will be easy to handle.
(3) Roll out dough between two pastic sheets and cut into strips of 2 1/2" x 3/4". If dough is too soft to lift, place into the freezer and let is harden a little so that you can lift it up easily. Brush with egg glaze, grate some cheddar cheese on top of cookies. Lay onto baking tray and bake at 170C for about 15 mins. then lower then temperature to 160C and continue baking till golden brown and crispy.
(4) Cool before storing in containers.

31 comments:

Yaha said...

Aiyo, Yochana, I like these :)

I always get it from Smiling Orchid during the Chinese New Year and most of the time I will finish the whole bottle by myself :)

yochana said...

Aiyoh Yaha...Greedy Pig...never share with your family ar??

Hahahah...

rgds

Yaha said...

:0) which book is this from ? I might have this book without realising it :) LOL

delia said...

Aunty,
I bet these must be very tasty. Can you share the recipe, please?

yochana said...

Oh ..this is good delia.

rgds

yochana said...

Hi yaha,

I know you don't have this book. I will email you the recipe.

rgds.

Xavier said...

aunty,
can you email me the recipe too? yen_kiat@hotmail.com.
Thanks!

Anonymous said...

Hi Aunty Yochana,

Can I have the recipe too?
My email is scwaiaug@yahoo.com.sg

Thank you ~
Susan

delia said...

Aunty,
Can you email me the recipe also? TIA!

Jane can bake. said...

Hi Aunt Yochana,
Can you email me the recipe too? I would like to try this! Thanks!
aloyallyanders@gmail.com

chih said...

Dear Yochana,
These look very inviting !
Would make a good snack for children to bring to school.
Would you please share the recipe ?
Thanks

Chih

Jessie Chua said...

me three ! jchua8845@yahoo.com.sg

Jenny said...

Hi Aunty,

Me four! lowjenny@yahoo.com
Your blog never fails to amaze me. Thanks for making my eyes sparkle everytime I click onto yr blog! :)

Anonymous said...

aunty,

can you email me the recipe too?
haizatulakmar@gmail.com

thank you..
eeza

wanwenwanwen said...

Hi Aunty,

It looks absolutely delicious. Can I have the recipe too? The e mail address is skwanwen@hotmail.com. Thank you.

Cheers,
Wen.

Yaha said...

THANK YOU, THANK YOU, THANK YOU !

yochana said...

Hello Yaha,

You're most welcome.

rgds

Jessie Chua said...

yochana
thank you for posting the recipe !
u have a big heart !!!

delia said...

Thanks for the recipe, Aunty! Would be trying it out soon.

Jenny said...

Dear Aunty,

Thank you very much. I really wish I have a yummy and generous neighbour like you! :)

Jenny said...

Dear Aunty,

Would like to seek yr expert advice. I had just bought a 42-ltr Techno table-top oven. One of the instructions specified that it is not advisable to wrap the baking tray with aluminium foil as this will overheat the oven. Does that mean I can't use those disposal aluminium cups or trays sold at Sun Lik or Phoon Huat? Thanks.

yochana said...

Hi Jenny,

They advised you not to wrap the tray with aluminium foil for fear that it changes the temperature that's needed. Tray plus foil will be hotter.

Of course you can use aluminium foil cups. It's not a problem. Go ahead and use it.

rgds.

Jenny said...

Thanks aunty. I was afraid the oven will explode from overheating when I wrap the the tray with aluminium foil or bake my stuff using aluminium cups. :-)

yochana said...

Hi Jenny,

aluminium foil in oven is o.k but not for microwave oven.

rgds

delia said...

Aunty,
It seems that the dough is too soft even after putting in the freezer. Is there any help?

yochana said...

Hi delia,

maybe you cream the butter n sugar too long, so it turned watery and oily. Add in a little more flour and mix it until it's able to work.

rgds

Anonymous said...

i love cheese cookies but always have problem baking cheese cookies. They x turn out crunchy but chewy instead. Both the bottom and top part will turn brown but the cookies is chewy,as if they're not cooked yet. I'm using ELBA oven, i used to bake my cheese cookies at 150'c. Kindly advice what went wrong? Thanks

yochana said...

Hi anonymous,

since 150C can't get it crunchy, try 130C then. Different ovens has different temperature.

rgds

Yunni3 said...

Hi Aunty Yochana, I m baking the cheese stick now but the grated cheese hv all melted n gone out of shape. Wad went wrong?

Aunty Yochana said...

Hi Yunni

Use the block type of cheddar cheese sold in Carrefour. They are harder and don't melt away.

rgds

Anonymous said...

Dear Yochana


I tried this but why mine turn up so salty is it cos of the 3gm salt?
Im so upset and have to throw away the remaining dough. Any advice of what i do wrong?

Qi