Tuesday, 13 September 2011

Angry Bird Cookies



Recipe from Y3K Cookbooks Volume no.31 -- Cartoon Cookies
http://y3kcookbooks.blogspot.com/2011/09/cartoon-cookies.html

Ingredient:
A: 130g butter (at room temperature)
60g icing sugar
1 egg yolk

B: 120g rose flour (plain flour)
30g potato starch
50g glutinous rice flour

C: 1 tsp strawberry paste

D: Some yellow colour heart-shaped decoration sugar (small-sized)
Some red colour love-shaped decoration sugar (small-sized)

E: (mixed together, spoon into piping bag)
10g egg white
70g icing sugar
1 tsp cornflour

F: Little black sesame seeds
Some seaweed (snipped to make eyebrows)
Some egg white

Method:
1. Combine ingredient (A) into a big bowl, mix well. Add in ingredient (B), mix again. Pour onto tabletop, knead with your palms to form a dough.
2. Take 30 grams of dough from no. (1), leave it natural. Make into 1 gram pieces, shape and flatten into triangular pieces.
3. Add ingredient (C) to the remaining no. (1). Knead dough on the tabletop to work in colour.
4. Take away 10 grams from no. (3), shape into triangular and use one gram for both wings, take a piece of no. (2), stick in ingredient (D) (picture 3), arrange on baking tray, repeat process.
5. Bake no. (4) in a preheated oven at 130 degrees Celsius for 30-35 minutes till cooked through. After removal from oven, pipe ingredient (E) on cookies whilst hot. Dot with a black sesame seed to act as eyes. Glaze with egg white and stick a seaweed to act as eyebrows, bake for another 1 minutes, leave to set before storage.

Note: Work quickly after piping ingredient (E) on decorate with black sesame seeds and glaze egg white stick a seaweed before egg white turns hard.

8 comments:

~Rachel Hei~ said...

These cookies are to cute to eat..:)
Love them all..^^

Anonymous said...

Richard,
The cookies are too beautiful to eat & looks like a lot of work to do.
I think I better buy from you if you do sell them in M'sia. I can swing by on a weekend :)

Alice
Singapore

Y3K food & travel said...

Hi Rachel: Yes, they are really cute.

Hi Alice: It's fun making with doughs, just like paying "MASAK".

I am sure there will be many people selling these cute cartoon cookies before Chinese New Year.

FeNfEn said...

I LOVE YOUR CARTOON SERIES COOKIES^^WONDERFUL~~

y3k said...

Thank you!!

Anonymous said...

Richard,
Is your Cartoon Cookie book available at Popular Book Store in JB?


Alice

Y3K food & travel said...

Hi Alice,
Yes, it's available there.

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