Pineapple Biscuit

I think pineapple tart sounds so familiar to all! I have to admit that we Malaysian just super love this yummy goodies. Well, it's not cheap at all if you buy it from the shop or order from the homemade one. It cost about $28-$38 per container (roughly about 50-60 pcs), some even selling them for $48! Had never calculated out the actual pieces contained.... Cause I just wallop them up before the counting job done. Hahaha.... One thing is.. it actually tastes much better when it's still fresh for the first 1-2 weeks time. So, the best thing is to made your own! Fresh and then much cheaper. It's not difficult at all.

Ingredients for dough:

300gm all purpose flour
1 egg yolk
1 egg
160 butter ( I used margarine)
100gm sugar
30gm milk powder
a pinch of salt

*egg glaze : one egg yolk + 1 tspn milk

Method :

- combined flour, milk powder & salt and mix well.
- cream sugar and butter untill fluffy, stir in eggs.
- fold in the dry ingredients and mix to form a soft dough.
- leave to rest for about an hour.
- dig out one teaspoon of dough, press a hole in the center.
- place in pineapple jam, seal and roll dough into an oblong shape.




- place it to baking tray and press with a dough cutter for shaping.
- brush on egg glaze and bake at 175'c untill golden brown (about 10-15 mins).

Ta...da... Isn't it easy? I'm lucky cause I just bought the ready made pineapple jam from the specialty store. I've made some pineapple jam actually. Will post it out soon!

Comments

  1. Oh sweetie...another cookie have bookmarked here...u come up with the most delightfull elicious stuff ...have bookamrked so muc from ur wonderful blog and have to do a right up about ur blog soon coz what i tried from ur blog was fantastic...will be post next week if possible.

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  2. Kristy, your pineapple biscuits are classic..

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  3. Wow just posted something with pineapple wish I had this these before I made mine these look yummy would have used my pineapple for the filling! thanks looks great

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  4. I have baked these for the very first time. It was not easy for a non baker like me....
    I eat too many of them.... too quickly.

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  5. my favorite but i m not baking them this year... too much work for me.. LOL.. i ordered from one bakery shop and they were quite nice too.. of course will be more expensive than own baking them..

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  6. love the shape and look of this one - bet these are incredible tasting

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  7. How darling and delicious! I love the little criss cross, it really makes them look like baby pineapples.
    *kisses* HH

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  8. Love the way you have presented them. I bet they are delicious. I'd love to have the recipe for homemade pineapple jam.

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  9. Excellent! Can you pack and ship some for me.It's too hard to resist!

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  10. These pastries look so scrumptious with pineapple jam!

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  11. I'm not familiar with those, but I wish I was! They look awesome.

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  12. How cute! I love their shape.

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  13. Those look so good! Beautiful job!

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  14. I just bought a box of this, of course they don't look or taste like yours :(

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  15. looks yumm , once ate some during hari raya at a friend's house but there was a huge clove stuck for garnish and the whole taste got spoilt hehe, silly me didnt notice the clove , just stuffed it in without giving a second though

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  16. Hi everyone,

    Thanks! And glad that you all enjoy this recipe so much. I have just posted out the pineapple jam recipe. So, enjoy!

    Have a fabulous day!

    Cheers, Kristy

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  17. Mmm...looks so soft and delicious! These are my favourite. I need to make mine soon...but have to cook pineapple jam first....so much work!

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  18. Looks very pretty. I would love to have coffee with this. Ahem, coffee! Pineapple jam sounds great.

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  19. Gorgeous pineapple pastries - and yes, perfect with the jam. I ahve too much fun visiting and tasting.

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  20. I'm going to make my Nastar soon. I also want to welcome some 'ong' into my humble household!

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  21. I want I want!!! This is beautiful, I cant believe you even make your own Jam you are such a rock star kristy it's ridiculous

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  22. Pineapple happiness...love the jam idea! Never thought of that....

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  23. I have not seen these before but they look AMAZING!!! Looks simply wonderful, wonderful!

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  24. These look amazing! I love how you put the pattern on top - nice touch!

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