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Ty Ling Fortune Cookies, 3.5-Ounce Units (Pack of 12)

Ty Ling Fortune Cookies, 3.5-Ounce Units (Pack of 12)

Ty Ling Fortune Cookies, 3.5-Ounce Units (Pack of 12)

  • Case of 12 3.5-ounce boxes of individually wrapped fortune cookies (42 total ounces)
  • Made with flour, eggs, and natural orange flavor
  • Crispy, crunchy treat makes a perfect ending to an Asian meal
  • Great for gift-giving, especially on birthdays
  • Made in the USA

Individually wrapped. Product of U.S.A.

List Price: $ 26.99

Price: $ 26.99

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Q&A: How do you make chinese fortune cookies?

Question by : How do you make chinese fortune cookies?
I need a recipe for making my own chinese fortune cookies.

Best answer:

Answer by Reberocks
What your looking for is a tuile cookie recipe, there thin wafer cookies. How you make the fortune cookie shape is you start with a circle cookie that’s cooked, within about five minutes of them coming out of the oven you would put the fortune paper on one half of the circle, fold it in half like a crescent. then pull the ends together almost till they touch,last let them cool for a minute and they will harden up. The key thing is to be fast before they cool and you only have flat circles.The chocolate kind are good but the vanilla ones are the best. Good luck! ; )

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Q&A: Chinese cookies?

Question by what u talkin’ bout?: Chinese cookies?
Mine just said to express myself, now!

I feel great today, beautiful weather! Not too hot, just right.
How about you? How are all of you today?

Best answer:

Answer by Sky Flying Gorgon Witch
Fortune cookies are interesting only if they make sense.

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Chinese Good Luck Candy

Chinese Good Luck Candy

Chinese Good Luck Candy

  • Chinese New Year Candy
  • “Good Luck” pretty Red Wrappers
  • Delicious strawberry flavored candies
  • Great for Asian themed parties!

Package of individually wrapped Chinese Lucky Candies for Chinese New Year or any time you want a delicious strawberry treat! This 12.3 oz package contains approximately 70 individually wrapped Chinese Lucky Candies. Delicious hard strawberry flavore

List Price: $ 7.99

Price: $ 2.35

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Q&A: How do you make Chinese Almond Cookies?

Question by John: How do you make Chinese Almond Cookies?
I would like to make the Chinese Almond Cookies. Usually there is a symbol or a chop at the middle of the cookies. I don’t intend to make that chop, but how to make that specific cookie if you know what I am talking about?

Best answer:

Answer by LadyB1ue
the internet I typed in chinese almond cookies and there was a recipes there

What do you think? Answer below!

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Amay,s Almond Cookies At D&J Asian Market Inc

Amay,s Almond Cookies At D&J Asian Market Inc

Amay,s Almond Cookies At D&J Asian Market Inc

  • 13oz Almond cookies
  • 24 pcs
  • made in USA

Almond Cookies

Amay’s delicious almond cookies are ‘Asia in America’. Its recipe is shared from the Chinese and is made in USA with the finest ingredients – almonds from the groves of California and flour from the heart of America. These delicious c

List Price: $ 6.99

Price: $ 6.99

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