Sweet Crisps

Now, this is my second New Year recipe! Simple and yet very very yummy.... trust me, you guys are going to love this. This recipe is not only simple and yet perfect for any occasions or football night. So, here's the ingredients.


Ingredients :
50 sheets springroll skin (1 pkt)/phyllo sheets
1 egg white, slightly beaten
2 cups icing sugar for coating
cooking oil for frying

Method :
- roll up a springroll skin (or place in a chopstick to help in rolling process).
- brush on some egg white to one end for sealing.


- then cut them in desire shapes.


- finally, fry them over low heat untill light brown.
- leave to cool a little before going for sugar coating.

No jokes, I can finish this up within a minute! It is so flaky which you can see from the pictures. And the whole process is so simple and fast to make. Even your kids can do it! So, have fun!

Comments

  1. havent had breakfast yet and these would be perfect for me! yummy thanks

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  2. great snack, great eating for anytime......glad I followed the link, disregard my FB message...

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  3. Is that like eggroll sheets? Looks amazing and addictive.

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  4. preparing for CNY goodies already??

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  5. Wow! You are ambitious. Could I do something similar with eggroll dough?

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  6. No joke.I could finish these faster than you. How sweetly, crispy and enticing!

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  7. very interesting,kristy!so fast?see you!

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  8. Is popiah skin like phylo pastry? This looks like it would be very nice.
    I HOpe you are having a wonderful weekend.
    *kisses* HH

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  9. I'll race you to finish them, they look awesome! I'm not sure what popiah skin is though, is it like wonton wrappers?

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  10. Yeah Kristy! How nice, simple and oh so tasty!! Just for me!! Thanks:)

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  11. OH these look so muc like those melt in ur mouth angel wings that i love so much....

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  12. Hi Everyone,

    Thank you very much for your comments.

    Popiah skin is also called as phyllo sheets. So sorry guys, for not mentioning this earlier!

    However, hope you all will enjoy it.

    Cheers, Kristy

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  13. Oh...this is crispy and crunchy! I made this last year, all polished up in two days.

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  14. These look so good Kristy! I can eat them up in a half a minute!

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  15. So, can you eat this at any time of the day? Looks like something I could finish in one seating. :D

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  16. so..this is how they r made.. haha... great..now i know..

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  17. WOW! So easy! I like simple and tasty recipes.... heh

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  18. Very simple and tasty, the fact that is fast as well is a bonus. Thanks Kristy :-)

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  19. Haven't tasted this before, looks easy to make and yet yummy!

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  20. wow, very clever idea to use your popiah skin this way. I always wonder what to do with the extras. Now I can make these:D thanks!

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  21. Great idea. I like the sound of this recipe.
    Thanks for the update.
    Miss your posts in my in box on FB. Can't decide whether that was a good change they made or bad?

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  22. I just wonder who can stop eating this once started. I know I can't...weak will power :D This is highly addictive. I can finish it all in one sitting :P

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  23. Love the idea...so creative, I already can taste the sugary crisps...how about if you add some cinnamon? Yummie :-)

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  24. What a great idea! LOVE this. I'm sure I could eat many of these crispy goodies. YUM

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  25. Super, Kristy! They look crunchy with a touch of sweet. They wouldn't last long around here.

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  26. Hey, this looks cool! Too bad I don't have sweet tooth. We can also add ingredients such as minced pork or seafood before rolling & deep-frying them. I'm sure it'll taste good :)

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  27. These sound like a perfect treat for my daughter - sweet & crispy, and she would definitely love to help make these!

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  28. Cute header and a nice blog u have!

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  29. wow thats a great and simple snack, couldnt get any simpler than that :) . How are you kristy? have a lovely week

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  30. they look dangerously addictive! Yum

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  31. No joking, I do too can finish this in a minute, even less, ha...ha...ha..

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  32. Wow, you are full of great ideas for a nice snack, they look crunchy and delicious. :-)

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