I just moved out from the flat I had lived for 2 years & I'm living with my sister who just started working in London.
To be honest, I have no idea how things will be with her after all I don't have much experience living with family since I stay in UK.
I don't have time to manage the blog, so I'll keep it updated very slowly…
Moreover, I don't have the energy to bake anything complicated but simple cakes & cookies.
These oriental cookies are made of soya flour, the recipe is simple & I have all the ingredients in my cupboard.
The cookies are delicious & crunchy.
160 g unsalted butter, soften
80 g icing sugar
30 g milk
80 g ground almond
180 g plain flour
40 g soya flour (kina powder)
In a mixing bowl, beat butter + sugar until fluffy & smooth.
Fold in milk with a scraper.
Mix & sift in all the flours, fold into a smooth dough.
Roll the dough into a long roll (diameter ~3 cm).
Wrap with a piece of cling film & freeze until harden (~3 hrs).
Preheat the oven to 180C.
Remove the harden dough from the freezer & remove the cling film.
Cover the roll with granulated sugar by rolling the dough on a plate with granulated sugar.
Cut into slices with 1 cm thick.
Bake for 15-18 min.