Peanut Sesame Cookie

by Shirley@Køkken on April 28, 2013 · 14 comments

in cookies, Sweets

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I uploaded the photos and recipe of this addictive cookie, with, I swear, every intention of writing the post and publishing it during my travels. I was counting on the sleepless jet lagged nights to get those brain juice to flow again… Alas, unfortunately (or fortunately), this time I adapted to the wild swings in time zone quite effortlessly. I slumbered easily at bed time and woke up at reasonably normal time in the morning. Perhaps it was the undisciplined odd dose of Melatonin or (it was) tiredness finally setting in after a month of mental and physical challenges at the home front….


In any case, I baked these a week before I left for my month-long business trip and they were a real hit among my sisters and friends. I have long wanted to bake a cookie with ground peanut – an addictive fragrant snack that would snap with fresh crispness…. I am NOT a fan of chewy cookies.

Encrusted with a generous spray of toasted sesame seeds, I envision this eggless cookie formula (from Alex Goh’s Cookies )to be a crowd pleaser at bake sell and gatherings.  Spiked generously with ground peanuts and ground sesame seeds, every mouthful turns into an indulgent burst of buttery nuttiness that is totally addictive. The copious amount of butter used in the recipe is , I believe the secret to the super crispiness of the cookie.  I have taken this with milk and with coffee and both combinations were equally sensational.

If you are searching for a crisp and fragrant cookie, look no further – this, I classify as a MUST TRY.

5.0 from 2 reviews

Peanut Sesame Cookie
 
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Recipe type: Cookies, Sweets

 
Another trusted recipe from Alex Goh’s Cookies
Ingredients
  • (A)
  • 250g Butter
  • 50g Shortening
  • 220g Sugar
  • ¼ tsp Salt
  • ¼ tsp Vanilla Extract
  • (B)
  • 140g Ground peanut
  • 60g Ground sesame seeds
  • (C)
  • 280g Flour
  • 1 tsp Baking powder
  • 60g Corn flour
  • (D)
  • Extra sesame seeds for tossing

Instructions
  1. Cream (A) till light. Add (B) and mix till well blended.
  2. Add in sieved (C) and mix till well incorporated.
  3. Shape 1 teaspoon of the cookie dough into a round ball and toss in sesame seeds.
  4. Place shaped dough on a lined baking tray and flatten with a fork.
  5. Bake at 180C for 15-20 mins.

 

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{ 14 comments… read them below or add one }

1 torviewtoronto April 29, 2013

cookies look delicious lovely pictures

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2 shaz May 2, 2013

Great combination of flavours. I’m sure the aroma of those cookies coming out of the oven must have been intoxicating!

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3 Shirley@Køkken May 6, 2013

Indeed Shaz – these are fantastic!

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4 sonya May 3, 2013

hi there – when you mean ground sesame, you do mean the ones without sugar right? sesame powder (with sugar included) is far more common here!

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5 Shirley@Køkken May 6, 2013

Hi Sonia- yes, ground sesame without sugar… what you can do is buy baked sesame seeds and ground it yourself…

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6 Amy Cheong May 3, 2013

My husband crazy on any food related to peanut. Looks delicious. Thanks for sharing

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7 Shirley@Køkken May 6, 2013

I am pretty confident that he will enjoy this…

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8 Edith C May 7, 2013

Nice to see you back here. I believe my hubby will love these.

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9 Chng June 14, 2013

Peanut sesame cookies look yummy, wii try this sat. Can I know where you buy Alex’sGoh cookies book from is it new. Thank

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10 Shirley@Køkken June 18, 2013

Hi Chng, I actually got it in Hong Kong’s Page One. Don’t think I have ever seen it here…

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11 Janiese December 12, 2013

Is corn flour, corn starch?

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12 Janiese December 12, 2013

Can coconut oil be used in place of butter and shortening. If so, can I get the measurements. Thank you

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13 Shirley@Køkken December 14, 2013

Hi Janiese- I have never baked with coconut oil before but I think you can definitely try to replace shortening though the texture may be less crispy.

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14 Shirley@Køkken December 14, 2013

Yes.

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