Updated post on 4-12-2016
I have decided to upload a new recipe using whole eggs instead of egg whites. You can also add in other nuts of your choice if you prefer. Personally I prefer recipe 2, whole egg version which is easier. Recipe 1 has also been amended , so if you have extra egg white, you can use recipe 1. All pictures with logo belong to the new batch using whole egg version.
I am not confidence that this set of images will convince readers to try out this recipe.. I found that the images did not do justice to the deliciousness of this cookie. Being irregular shape , for an amateur photographer like me, I have difficulty to make it looks eye catching. I am drained and I do not have inspiration
Well, this is a crispy and delicious cookie. While most recipes refer you to the usage of florenta or bienetta flour, a special expensive type of sugar powder sold in the bakery, however for this recipe, egg whites are used and it yields a rather similar type of texture. It is extremely good recipe for those readers who have excess egg whites at home.
I do not have much complain about this recipe. It is very crispy and aromatic. At least none of my family members had complained including my wife who does not like to eat cookies or snacks.
Preparation is extremely simple and fast and I hope that some readers will give this recipe a try.
WHAT IS REQUIRED
Servings : About 20 Egg White Almond Crisp (depends on size)
200 grams of almond flakes
50 grams of cake flour or top flour
40 grams of melted butter
50 grams of icing sugar
3 egg whites
Recipe 2 – Whole Eggs Method
250 grams of almond flakes
35 grams of cake flour or top flour
40 grams of melted butter
50 grams of icing sugar
3 whole eggs
STEPS OF PREPARATION
Pre-heat the oven to 160 degree Celsius
In the bowl of a stand mixer, put the egg white, beat at medium speed until foamy. Add in sugar tablespoon by tablespoon. Beat the egg white until the sugar dissolved. There is no need to beat the egg white until firm peak. However, if firm peak egg white was used, it is more fluffy but difficult to spread on the baking powder.
In a bowl, put the cake flour and melted butter. Use a hand whisk and stir until well mixed.
Fold the egg white and the batter until well combined. Add the almond flakes and stir until well mixed. Put a teaspoon of the batter spread until as thin as possible. Put additional almond flakes on top if preferred. Bake in the pre-heated oven of 160 degree Celsius for about 20 minutes or until the edges are golden brown.
Recipe 2 – whole eggs
- Pre-heat the oven to 150 degree Celsius.
- Put melted butter, icing sugar and eggs into a mixing bowl. Use a hand whisk to whisk until combined. Sift in the flour and stir until it forms a batter. Add the almond and other nuts (optional) , stir until well combined.
- Take a teaspoon full of the batter, put it into a metal ring of about 5 cm diameter. Use a straw to press it until as thin and as even as possible.
- Bake in the pre-heated oven of 150 degree Celsius for 20-25 minutes until golden brown. When cooled, it will harden and store in an air tight container. Keep an eye on the colour, should the need arises, adjust the temperature accordingly.
This is a recipe designed by my humble self but the concept of using egg white is not new. Most Chinese speaking Facebook group members are preparing this type of cookies using egg white method whereas for English speaking Facebook Groups, member tends to use more expensive Western ingredients such as florenta or bienetta .. Well, personally, I have preferred to use this method as it is another way of getting rid of my excess egg whites from the preparation of new year cookies such as Kuih bangkit etc. Chances that I will be preparing it very soon as I foresee that more and more egg whites will be accumulated in my house during the Chinese New Year cookies preparation.
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