Today I’m sharing another recipe that my family love to eat as snack . Very addictive with cheddar cheese ! YUM! This recipe calls for sago flour that you can find at any Asian store . You can also replace sago flour with tapioca flour as well . I’ve tried both sago & tapioca flour in making this cookies & find them deliver the same soft , light texture . I’ve replaced margarine with butter which gives a richer taste to this cheesy cookies . As usual I’ve reduced the sugar just a little as I want to obtain a more savoury flavour than the over powering sweetness . And voila , melt in the mouth cheese cookies with tasty rich buttery flavour . Another cookie to enjoy during Chinese New Year .
Submitting this post to Little Thumbs Up (LTU) event hosted by Alice from I Love. I Cook. I Bake . This month’s theme is cheese ! LTU event is oraganized by Zoe from Bake For Happy Kids & Doreen of My Little Favorite DIY
I’m also submitting this post to Bake Along event organized by Joyce of Kitchen Flavours together with Lena of Frozen Wings & Zoe from Bake For Happy Kids . This month’s theme is Chinese New Year
Cheese Sago Cookies
Adapted from Tested & Tasted
220g sago flour (fried for 5 mins & let to cold . Sifted)
100g margarine ( I used butter)
100g icing sugar ( I used 80g )
1 egg yolk
75g Cheddar cheese ( shredded)
35ml milk or coconut milk ( I’ve used milk)
1) Preheat oven to 150°C & line baking tray with baking paper .
2) Whisk 40 seconds margarine & icing sugar . Add in egg yolk & mix well .
3) Fold in sago flour , mix well then add in shredded cheese . Mix well again .
4) Pour in milk & mix till well combined . Using a piping bag & tip of your choice , pipe out cookie dough into desired shape on prepared baking tray . (If the batter is too stiff for piping , add in little milk to obtain a manageable batter ) Bake for 10 to 15 mins till lightly brown .