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Chinese tea cookie recipe needed -- NOT almond cookie

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MargotB Aug 7, 2009 04:26 PM

In search of recipe for big, flat, old-fashioned Chinese tea cookie. Main ingredients are Chinese brown sugar, flour, and shortening or oil. Cantonese name is something like kong siu [or sui] pang. The only recipes we can find use eggs, but we are quite certain our grandparents' versions did NOT have eggs. Yup, zero nutritional value but need for niece who is allergic to eggs and milk products. (Also nuts & bananas).

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    Chefpaulo RE: MargotB Aug 7, 2009 05:03 PM

    Going out on a limb here.....totally...baking powder could be substituted for the rising agent of the egg white but the Chinese brown sugar cookie is a new one for me.

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      Sparkina RE: Chefpaulo Aug 30, 2009 01:55 AM

      The cookie sounds quite tasty.

      HEY! On another note, are you the Chefpaulo who used to post on Retroland?

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        Chefpaulo RE: Sparkina Sep 6, 2009 05:29 AM

        Yup. Small world, eh what? I remember you, too. Been hanging out at ML for the past few years. Stop by for a visit.

        CP

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