4 recipes by コトたま
- Mahua: Twisty Chinese Fried SnacksThese are called mahua or mahuar. They are Chinese snacks made by twisting dough. You won't tire of the hard crunchiness and simple sweetness.Bread (strong) flour, Cake flour, Water, Sugar, Sesame oil (or vegetable oil), Salt, Baking powder (optional)
- Crispy Chocolate SnowballsChocolate is melted and kneaded into cookie dough to make these snowball cookies. The chocolate and nuts are crispy and delicious. These cookies do not use any eggs.Cake flour, Unsalted butter (salted is OK too), Nuts (almonds, walnuts, etc.), Almond powder, Unsweetened chocolate (or sweet chocolate), Sugar (po...
- Crunchy Nuts Almond Snowball CookiesFragrant snowball cookies are stuffed full of almonds. If you like almonds, definitely try these.Whole almonds (for snacking), Cake flour, Unsalted butter (salted butter is ok too), Sugar (powdered, granulated, etc.), Egg yolk, Powdered sugar
- Light Crispy Snow BallsLight crispy cookies without egg. Coating with powdered sugar makes them similar to real snow balls. These snowballs are simple and melt in the mouth.Cake flour, Unsalted butter (with salt is fine), Almond flour, Sugar (powderd sugar or granulated sugar), Milk, Salt (if you use unsalted butter)