Green Peas Cookie [CNY Bakes 2011 - Part VI]

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This is the last cookie I baked for CNY 2011, recipe available here. A cookie that all my family members loved when I first baked two years ago. Thus, I baked lots of it this year for them to bring home some.
Wish everyone a wonderful rabbit year ahead, stay happy and healthy.
Happy Chinese New Year!!

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15 comments to “Green Peas Cookie [CNY Bakes 2011 - Part VI]”
dinewithleny said...
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Looks delicious. Happy Chinese New Year to you too. =)...

Paul Jennette said...
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Happy Chinese New Year!! I am 100% sure I have never had cookies like these. They look simply delicious!!

Kayla said...
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Happy Lunar New Year! These look fabulous! I love foods that are green in colour!!

hanushi said...
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Happy cny to you... Nice green...

Jess @ Bakericious said...
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nice cookies and Wish you and your family a Happy Lunar New Year, Gong Xi Fa Cai!

quizzine said...
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I love how all your new year goodies look, very pretty!
Happy lunar new year to u and your family ;))

Christine@Christine's Recipes said...
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What a beauty the green pea cookies are!
Happy New Year!

boon's little kitchen said...
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新年快乐。万事如意。:D

Sarah's Daddy and Mommy said...
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Hi Lydia, gong xi fatt cai to you.

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mrstoh said...
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Hi Lydia

Thanks for this wonderful blog of yours. I am so impressed! Am just wondering if you have the recipe for using Mung Bean instead of Green Pea. I really miss this cookie so much...... its the melt in the mouth type of CNY cookies which i don't get to buy outside. I used to order from a homemade source but the baker has retired.... Thanks!!

O Tulip Mama said...
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Hi, the cookies look great! I'm keen to try the recipe. I noticed the cookies in this post looked better than the ones that you posted with the recipe. Did u omit the egg glaze and cut it thicker for this batch? Also how long did it stayed fresh?

Lydia said...
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O Tulip Mama,
The one in this photo I used ground green peas from shop, guess it must contained some sort of food colouring. Yes, omitted glaze and cut it a little thicker.
Home made cookies do not contain preservation agent so I would say consume as soon as possible, but I know some ppl actually keep it for 6 months and still good to eat!

O Tulip Mama said...
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Hi Lydia, thanks for your reply! I've baked my first batch! Pretty crunchy and not the melt in the mouth type. Not sure if it's suppose to be like that or it's because I did not sift the flour/icing or that I added 30g less flour. Nevertheless, My hubby and I loved the cookies. Will try again. Just to let you know I'll link your recipe to my blog post, hope it's alright.

Lydia said...
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O Tulip Mama,
Not sure if you used store-bought ground green pea flour, if so less 30g flour shld be alright. From my experiences, cookies stayed crunchy for the first day, turned softer the next day and no longer crunchy. Sure you are welcome to share the recipe.

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