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May I have the recipe of the kind of Chinese New Year peanut cookies?

Question by lynnda_ang: May I have the recipe of the kind of Chinese New Year peanut cookies?
My family love the kind of peanut cookies that usually sell in Chinese New Year. That kind with ball shape.I hope someone can give me the recipe.

Best answer:

Answer by Laura O
Here are a couple of recipes for Chinese New Year Peanut Cookies:

CHINESE NEW YEAR COOKIES

1 (6 oz.) pkg. semi sweet chocolate bits (not artificial)
1 (6 oz.) pkg. butterscotch chips
1 (3 oz.) can Chinese noodles (chow mein)
1 (7 1/4 oz.) can salted peanuts

Melt chocolate and butterscotch chips over hot water in double boiler. Mix in noodles and nuts. Drop by teaspoonfuls on waxed paper. Chill.

And, you can also try this link:

http://www.malaysiabest.net/2006/01/19/recipe-chinese-new-year-peanut-cookies/

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Q&A: Recipe for Chinese Marble Cookies?

Question by Koriandr: Recipe for Chinese Marble Cookies?
Any one have a recipe for “chinese marble cookies”? Our grocery store, Wegmans, makes them and they are SO good! (But cost like $ 8.99 a pound!)
Hmm. I definitely taste almond extract in the Wegmans version . .

Best answer:

Answer by fairygodmother
CHINESE MARBLE COOKIES

INGREDIENTS: 1 marble cake mix
1/2 cup cooking oil
Water
1 egg
1 cup chocolate chips

DIRECTIONS: Preheat oven to 350° F. Blend cake mix, oil, 3 tbsp’s. water and egg. Stir in chocolate chips. Place a quarter of the dough in a small bowl. Stir in 1 tbsp. water and contents of small package. Spoon dark dough over light dough and marble. Drop onto ungreased cookie sheet. Bake 10-12 minutes. Cool 1 minute and remove.

MAKES: 3 dozen cookies

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Is it possible that Chinese Almond cookies are made with Jiffy cornbread mix?

Question by : Is it possible that Chinese Almond cookies are made with Jiffy cornbread mix?
I love chinese almond cookies but I’ve noticed whenever I pick up my food, my food is usually in a huge Jiffy cornbread box. Then it dawn on me, the cookies sort of taste like Jiffy cornbread with flavoring mixed in.

Is it possible I am eating Jiffy flavored cornbread mixed with a few additional ingredients…
Based on the recipe, Jiffy could be used in making the cookies

Best answer:

Answer by saved_by_grace
Anything is possible. They might use Jiffy where you get yours. The local Chinese food places here don’t use it for theirs. They do not taste anything like cornbread.

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