Meat Floss Seaweed German Cookies

These savoury cookies are very addictive. Just don’t realise it that I almost finished half of container by myself in one day. Thanks Baking Tai Tai for sharing this super yummy recipe.

Source : Baking Tai Tai

Ingredients: (with modification)
125 gr Butter
25 gr Icing sugar (shifted)
100 gr potato starch
100 gr plain flour
Combination 40 gr meat floss + 10 gr Korean salted seeweed

- Beat butter and icing sugar till fluffy and lighter in colour.
- Shift in potato starch and plain flour, mix well, then add floss & seeweed, mix well to form a soft dough.
- Roll into small balls (about 2cm in diameter), arrange on lined baking pan.
- Bake in preheated oven at 170 deg C for 20-25 mins,

Note :
I prefer my cookies to be crunchy at the outer part but still have melted in the mouth texture inside, therefore slightly modify on the flour composition and longer baking time. However, if you prefer the melted-in-the-mouth version, please visit here for the original version and step-by-step post.

Three Ingredients Chocolate Mousse

Love this recipe very much, so easy to prepare and taste super delicious.

Ingredients :
200 gr Dark chocolate ( at least 70% cocoa solids), chopped
500 ml cream (half use for chocolate & half whipped)
100 gr Marshmallow

Optional : Chocolate sponge cake (I put it in between the mouse)

- Melt chocolate, half the cream (250ml) and the marshmallows using double boil method, stir until melted and incorporated. Remove from heat, set aside and leave to cool.
- Beat remaining cream to soft peaks and fold through chocolate mixture.
- Pour into the mould and chill in refrigerator till set ( at least 6 hours before serving )

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