Chinese New Year was celebrated about 1 Â½ months ago and there are two recipes for biscuits which I will be featuring here. One of the recipes is Cheese Biscuits â€“ an all-time favourite of my wife. The Cheese Biscuits shown above were baked by my mother-in-law, one of the 10 types of biscuits she baked this year. Oh yes, my mother-in-law is good with baking.
These Cheese Biscuits have the usual cheesy taste â€“ cheddar cheese to be exact. So, there is a little bit of saltiness and sweetness. Kids love them as well. The above Cheese Biscuits were came in a crescent moon shape. You can use any mould you want. Just be a little creative.
This is my mother-in-lawâ€™s recipe for Cheese Biscuits
- 230 grammes of cheedar cheese (sliced)
- 1 egg
- 170 grammes butter
- 340 grammes flour
- a little soda
- a little salt
Sieve flour and soda together.
Put salt, butter and egg into mixer. Beat until fluffy and light. Then, add in cheese slices and flour. Mix well.
Put dough between grease paper and flatted it with rolling pin. Cut into smaller pieces and arrange on baking tray. Brush egg yolk over them, bake for about 15 minutes at 180 degrees Celcius.
My Recommended Recipes