Okay! This is the last batch of Chinese New Year cookies that I’ve made.
Another favourite of mine: Ribbon cookies!!! I make these using my grandma’s recipe.
Unfortunately, the end result is not up to our expectation. We should have add a little bit more butter because the texture is quite floury. (ran out of Planta so we used butter). I’ve recently updated the recipe below.
Cherry cap cookies or more commonly known as sugee cookies is another one of my favorite Chinese New Year must-have cookie (besides Dragon Cookies of course) because I love the sweetness of the cookie and the crunchiness of semolina/sugee.
From my weekend plans, I managed to make kuih kapit, cleaned, polished and vacuumed my car, washed Chester’s cloth and toys and watched MU vs Liv match. Wohoooo! 3 pats on my back.
Now to my main agenda; The Making Of Kuih Kapit aka Love Letter. The love letter recipe was provided by my dear grandma. We started to prepare the batter at about 11am on Saturday morning.
I only explain how to make the batter as I guess the rest of the procedures are quite simple. All you need is the love letter mould. We bought 4 moulds at RM5 each recently.