Tom Yam Kung Cookies

Check out this interesting recipe! Can't wait to give it a try once I found it and wondering how was it like. At first, I think I'm not sure about this. You know, making tom yam flavour cookies, you must be kidding me! Surprisingly, the cookies turned out to be really light and fragrant. Herewith, I've the recipe as follow.

Ingredients :

(A)
125gm butter
110gm brown sugar
pinch of salt
2 tbsp tom yam paste
10 lime leaves, shredded finely
1 tspn garlic powder

(B)
2 eggs, beaten
2 tbsp milk/coconut milk

(C)
200gm oats
380gm all purpose flour
2 tbsp coconut milk powder (omit this if using coconut milk)
1 tspn baking powder
1/2 tpsn baking soda
1-1/2 tbsp corn flour

Method :

- combine all ingredients (C) and mix well, set aside.
- cream ingredients (A) untill fluffy.
- add ingredients (B) into (A) and mix untill well combined.



- then stir in ingredients (C) to form a dough, leave dough aside for 1 hour if you want soft oat texture. (leave the oats to absorb moisture)
- roll 1/2 tbsp dough into a ball and place to baking.
- press dough with a fork untill get the shape you wanted.



- finally, bake at 180'c for 15-20 mins.
- leave to cool before storage.

I even having it with mango yogurt! hmmm...mmm... yummm.... Oh well, don't just drool over the picture. Make a quick move and get all the ingredients needed, honey! Enjoy and have a great weekend.

Comments

  1. I think they look great!
    Have a fabulous weekend daaaaaaahling.
    *kisses* HH

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  2. Rather strange sounding cookies, would love a try though :)

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  3. I'm all for mixing it up so I HAVE to try this!

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  4. I love the idea your dipping it in the mango yogurt....my niece dips chocolate chip cookies in Cheez Whiz now thats weird!

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  5. Ooohhhh...Its good you tried these! Sometimes the things we think "we may not like" turn out to be keepers!

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  6. It is a very strange combination of ingredients in a cookie. Sweet and spicy all at once? hmmmm...

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  7. Now that is a combination that I will absolutely be trying. Love it!

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  8. Wah what an interesting recipe. Would love to try some!

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  9. Hi! I just posted a blogger award for you on my blog! Happy 2010!

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  10. wow! Tom Yam Kung flavoured cookies...that's so creative. I am darn sure they are delicious.

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  11. This is a new type of combination, very creative indeed. Would like to try some!

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  12. I am thinking that these cookies would be perfect with a hot cup of good coffee. I like it!

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  13. I am not familiar with Tom yam paste, but if it's a cookie, I'm willing to try a bite!

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  14. ça à l'air excellent, j'aime beaucoup
    bonne soirée

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  15. I've never had these. I've bookmarked the recipe to try when I have some time.

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  16. I like the inclusion of oats and dipping it in mango yoghurt. You are experimental.

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  17. Sounds interesting, I wonder if I can find tom yam paste around here...

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  18. Kristy,
    This is by far the most outrageous cookie I've ever hear. Tom Yum flavor? What an interesting idea! It definitely looks great! I'll have to try it to believe:) lol. Happy new year to you Kristy!

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  19. very interesting Kristy ... what ever gave you the idea...

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  20. addition of lime leaves sounds good..nice cookies..

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  21. These look so yummy! They kind of look like Peanut Butter cookies!

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  22. I've never even heard of this! So creative and interesting. I should try out to tell how it taste like! thankyou for sharing :D

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  23. Sounds interesting. The texture looks gret though. The mango yogurt dip is a good idea!

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  24. Gosh, I can't believe what I see. Tom yam for making bisuits! Ooooh....should give such a kick! I have to try this to share with my chili-loving friends. They'll love me for that....haha

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  25. Oh wow, Hi everyone,

    It's so great to hear from you guys even on the weekend. Hope you all enjoy yourself.

    Cheers,
    Kristy

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  26. Oh yes, you guys can get the Tom Yam paste (in bottle) at any Asian food stores.

    Have fun!

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  27. Savory cookies, this is very interesting. Sounds pretty delicious though. Makannya pakai sambal, pasti lebih sedap!

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  28. Brilliant! There is a place in SG that sells all different types of cookies like this. They even have chicken rice cookie!

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  29. This is great Kristy. I can imagine how good it will taste with tom yam and kaffir leaves. Great combo. Thanks for sharing this :)

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  30. This cookies look great! I never have the idea of using tom yum paste in cookies its new to me and interesting.
    Great share.

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  31. This is rather unusual, and you're so creative. Worth giving it a try. Thanks for sharing!

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  32. Hi Kristy! How was yr holiday in S'pore the last time? I have a tom yum cookie recipe too but not sure if it is the same as yours. Since you say it's nice, I probably will try making it one day.

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  33. I love anything with coconut milk! These look delicious!

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  34. Hi Everyone,

    Thank you very much and good to know that it's an interesting recipe for all.

    P/Nyonya : Glad to see back blogging again. You went missing for months. Miss you alot! Hope to see you more often.

    Have a wonderful day.

    Cheers, Kristy

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  35. U're so adventurous! The 1st time I tried Tom Yum Cookies was @ Cookies Museum in S'pore :)

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  36. I can't leave without cookie. These look really yummy!

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  37. These cookies sound so unique with tom yam paste and lime leaves, yum, I would love to try these!

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  38. Looks great, Kristy! I know what tom yam paste is, but would never have thought to use it in a cookie.

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  39. tom yum gong cookies....alamak..how to eat ? so spicy and hot..hahah...interesting indeed!

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  40. Yum! I need to find some Tom Yam! Those cookies look scrumptious!

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  41. What an interesting cookie..yam paste and garlic? Would love to try it :-)

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  42. Never heard of tom yam paste, but I know Id love the lime and coconut flavor. They look delicious!!!

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  43. Have jus discovered ur blog a few days back but keep coming back ever so often to gaze thru ur fantastic collection of recipes and picture perfect pics...
    Jus had dinner and dessert and am still drooling totally...yummy yummy yum recipes u have...
    And ur little picture with ur header is really very cute...
    And yeas ur little space rocks...

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  44. MMMmmm these cookies sound really good -- where can I find yam paste? Can i just buy a yam and make it into a paste? Also is the texture chewy or crunchy? Thanks for sharing!!

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  45. Ok, Instant hot & sour paste. I get it, I've seen that site before, I should have remembered it- thanks Kristy!

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  46. is this recipe meant to be crumbly in the center? tried this recipe last weekend and the cookies looked and tasted really good. but i was wondering if i can make the cookies more crispy.

    or is it possible to substitute the oats with flour to make the cookies more crispy?

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  47. Hi cherie

    First of all, thanks for stopping by. Am glad you like this cookie. For crispy version, omit milk by replacin g it with extra butter (increase butter to 180gm). Do not add extra flour. The cookies may turned hard, not crispy. Hope this will help.
    Enjoy & have fun.
    Kristy

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  48. I tried to make these cookies again, but the crispiness do not stay :(

    They turned soft the next day. Any idea why?

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