Thursday, January 27, 2011

Melt in mouth German Cookies 德式酥饼


Melt in mouth German Cookies 德式酥饼 (Recipe adapted from Small Small Baker)

Ingredients
125 butter
125 potato starch
80g plain flour
40g icing sugar

Method

1. Beat butter & icing sugar till fluffy & lighter in colour.

2. Sift in potato starch & plain flour, mix to form a soft dough.

3. Roll into small balls & arrange on lined baking tray.

4. Bake in preheated oven at 170 deg C for 15 mins.

20 comments:

j3ss kitch3n said...

ohhh very very white!!! beautiful layout hehe!

CaThY said...

Yah loh, whitish like snow white~ kekeke *^_^*

love melody, love baking said...

i made these last nite too! in plain, chocolate and mixed flavours :)

CaThY said...

love melody,
wow, that's great! waiting for your post in blog =)

Small Small Baker said...

Pretty looking! I miss eating these, already finish eating them long ago. Hehe!

CaThY said...

Small small baker,
Haha, I love these cookies. Can't help it & I keep on popping them in my mouth one after another~ :)

hanushi said...

I just made these too. How many did you manage to churn out using the recipe?

Your looks so uniform... My next post will b on this cookies. Haha...

CaThY said...

Hey Hanushi,
Haha, these little German cookies are 'infectious', urging bloggers to try them out. Eh, I din really count how many I baked, but I weighed 10g per cookie, roughly 30+ i guess :)

hanushi said...

Hehe, I think I also made around 36 pieces. Haha... I m one of those tt can't resist the temptation after seeing it being so hot fav this yr... I try to use a measuring spoon to scoop the batter initially, then I think I give up cos it became v messy. I she hv used a weighing scale like u did...

CaThY said...

Hanushi,
Hehehe, this is 2011 no. 1 hit among bloggers besides almond cookies! Using weighing scale is time consuming leh.. Imagine the no. of times rolling, weighing, removing or adding excess dough. *faints* ;P

鲸鱼蓝蓝蓝 said...

我也来吃饼干了,这个好吃^^

CaThY said...

鲸鱼,
别客气,自己随便拿 *^_^*

My Little Space said...

Hi Cathy, thanks for stopping by my blog earlier. You have a very lovely blog here. Glad you posted this recipe. I love it. Bookmarked it for later use. Thanks for sharing and hope to hear from you more often. Have a great day.
Cheers, Kristy

The Sweetylicious said...

it looks so beautifully done and lovely! (: (: is it buttery?

CaThY said...

Hi Kristy,
Tks for dropping by my blog too. You gotta try this~ it seems like these cookies are a hot fav among bloggers now & you will come across these in other blogs too :)


Jasmine,
I personally feel that it has a lighter taste compared to usual butter cookies. It melts in your mouth =)

The Sweetylicious said...

lighter taste? GREAT! i shall give it a try soon (: me no likey buttery taste. hahah.

CaThY said...

Yes you must jasmine, I just finished mine while watching TV ;P Time for another new batch of German cookies, kekeke ;)

CaThY said...

Yes you must jasmine, I just finished mine while watching TV ;P Time for another new batch of German cookies, kekeke ;)

CaThY said...

鲸鱼,
别客气,自己随便拿 *^_^*

CaThY said...

I just made these too. How many did you manage to churn out using the recipe?

Your looks so uniform... My next post will b on this cookies. Haha...

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