Hazelnut Sandies

Chinese New Year is getting near! I think I'm more excited than my children. haha..... Here's another simple and yet easy to make recipe. I do like this cookie! It tastes a little crunchy and pretty light as well.

Ingredients :
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2 cups all purpose flour
2/3 cup ground hazelnut
1 tspn salt
1/2 tspn baking powder
160gm butter
1/2 cup sugar
2 tspn vanilla extract
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Method :
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- combine flour, hazelnut, salt & baking powder together and mix well.
- cream butter and sugar untill creamy & smooth.
- stir in vanilla extract and beat well.
- slowly add in the dry ingredients and mix till just combined.
- then roll dough between 2 plastic sheets to 1/2cm thickness.



- by using a ruler, simply cut dough into equal square shape.
- then place them to baking tray and bake at 170'c for 10-15 mins.

For those are interested, you may try this recipe with other ground nuts. For instance, pecan or almond! I'm sure they both taste wonderful as well.

Comments

  1. Wow you are using a ruler , never saw anyone using one while cooking :). Love all the festive seasons in Malaysia, My son came all excited from kindy with a bag of goodies from his teacher who is chinese.

    Have a lovely weekend and holidays and gong xi fa cai ;)

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  2. Peanutts : Thanks alot! Oh, how nice of your son's teacher. Hope you have a wonderful time too. Cheers.

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  3. Oh dear ,how sweet...these are good...yeah i fell festive with all the new year celebrations on blogosphere too!!!!!

    These sandies look fantastic

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  4. i bought some almonds and walnuts and havent start doing anything with them yet.. haha.. i guess they will hv to go to the fridge for now..

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  5. They look divine! My eyes are waiting for some grand festive feast.

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  6. very simple indeed, I will try to make a small batch! :) At least I'll have some home baked ones for this CNY!

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  7. I know this.... can you be my neighbour?

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  8. They look relatively light yet truly delicious and nutty!

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  9. have made this into cookies many times using pecans - bet the hazelnut is also great

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  10. We've been making sandies for years, but use pecans and ours are round, sprinkled with confectioners sugar. I love 'em!

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  11. those pictures with a ruler......simply look some foodies are being made in a pastry kitchen at the back of a bakery shop!
    i believe those sandies are professionally tasty!

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  12. Sowmya : Thank you very much. You're so kind!

    VSSpringfields : SO.. Happy Chinese New Year to you too! hahaha...

    Claire : Hey, no worries! I'm sure Elin will send over some delicious NY cookies soon. hahaha... "Elin, you better do so!".

    Alwayswinner : Are you? Hopefully, I'll be able to catch more lovely photos during this coming festive season.

    3HTummies : Good on you! Just lift up some festive mood around the house, right?

    Penny : Hahaha... If we're neighbours, probably I'll stop cooking and just join you for every meal. Safe me alot of cooking time! haha...

    Angie : Thank you, Daaaarling!

    Drick : I could see that! Cause mostly sandies recipe that I found are made of pecans. I wonder why?

    Barbara : I just cut off the sugar on top! I think the sandies are quite sweet by itself. Well, it's help to reduce our sugar intake as well.

    Lululu : Thank you very much for such a nice comment! That's very kind of you. Btw, Happy Chinese New Year to you & your family too. And also Happy Valentine's Day!

    Hope you all have a fabulous time!

    Cheers, Kristy

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  13. What a wonderful cookie! I think I 'm going to try theses.
    *kisses* HH

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  14. I love "sandies," These are scrumptious - a grand way to ring in the new. Happy New year.

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  15. Wow, Kristy, this cookie is another of your creation? Looks great!

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  16. Gotta try these sandies! I like the hazelnut and also would love to try these with almond as well!

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  17. Kristy! I did not make this...can share some?

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  18. Uhm, yes. Please. I would like some.

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  19. une recette qui est très appétissante et bien présenté
    bonne soirée

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  20. Bookmarked! These look wonderful.

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  21. Happy New Year Kristy ! May your Year be filled with deliciousness, peace & laughter :)

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  22. Whah, Kristy, your cookies with all the nuts are all so tempting! I want all of them. Don't eat all...keep some for me :P

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