Kue Kering PUTRI SALJU (Snow White Cookies)

 Kue kering Putri Salju means White Snow cookies in Indonesian language. Well, I guess you already notice why it call White snow cookies right? @(^,^)@.
 It's very popular among Indonesian especially in some Holiday occasion (Idul Fitri and Christmas) beside Kaastengels, Nastar, pastel mini and other traditional Indonesian Cookies.

Yield about 700 gr (125~140 cookies)
Ingredients: 
  • 150 g butter, soften at room temperature
  • 100 gr margarine,soften at room temperature
  • 1 cup powdered sugar
  • 2 egg yolks
  • 1 cup roasted peanuts / almonds / cashew nut meal
  • 2 ¾ cup low-protein flour
  • 2 tablespoons powdered milk
  • 2 tablespoons cornstarch
  • Enough icing sugar for sprinkling / cookies topping.



How to make:

Beat margarine, butter and powdered sugar until blended. Whisk in egg yolks,beat until pale (about 3 ~ 5 minutes). Combine peanut / almond / cashew nut meal, stirring with a spatula or wooden spoon.

Combine flour, milk and cornstarch, mix until blended. Place the dough on quite wide plastic sheet , lay other plastic sheet on top of it to prevent dough stick to rolling pin. Then roll with rolling pin approximately 5 ~ 7 mm thick. Cut with cookie cutter (or manual) and form them as crescent shape.
Preheat oven at 160 ⁰C , bake cookies until done and slightly brown on both surfaces (approximately 20 minutes). Remove from the oven and let a few minutes until slightly warm, then put them in plastic bag with powdered sugar and shake together to make all cookies covered by powdered sugar .


Arrange them in airtight jar. You may sprinkle them again with powdered sugar on each layer in jars.


Enjoy.





10 comments:

  1. My favorite cookies,I use to help " ibu ku " to make these cookies :)

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  2. Oh, how gorgeous! I make a similar cookie with pecans, but yours are much prettier :)

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  3. There is an Italian version of this cookie that is very similar to the recipe you posted here (though, I can't remember what they are called at the moment), but they are really delicious! Your cookies look wonderful!

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  4. My mom used to make something similar to these at Christmas. They're called Khurabia and only have 3 ingredients. These, having the flavor of peanuts infused with them sound like they'd be fantstic.

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  5. @Asian-spice mix I believe making Kue kering will bring such a sweet memories when we were child ya Ridwan... Buatan Ibu still the best isn't it? :)

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  6. @The Mom Chef Cookies in Turkish language call Kurabiye... almost same ya.. I wanna try some your khurabiya recipe.. will check your page now.. :)

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  7. Hi Citra! Selamat Idul Fitri to you again :D This is such an appropriate cookie for the season ... crescent moons. Very nice!

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  8. I'm glad u post the recipe citra!!
    I love this cookies so much after the kastangel of coz... hehe he
    I always makes this ones with almond
    Tq for sharing the recipe with us my dear, now I have another variety of putri salju cookies to makes at x'mas! :)
    *hugss*

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  9. Thanks for sharing this recipe. I love cookies, so I have to try this.

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  10. Gorgeous cookies! They remind me of the ones here, and I love them. Thanks for participating in September's YBR :) Sorry I'm so late in getting here.

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