How your biscuits should look like...
Prepare the ingredients.
To separate the egg yolk, crack open d egg n pour it into your palm. Strain d egg whites, let it flow out between your fingers. Set aside.
Combine butter and the icing sugar. Beat until creamy but not too long. We do not want this biscuit to expand when baking later. U can use spatula to mix. I use mixer to save time n energy.
This is how it should look like. Creamy but the butter colour does not change much after the beating.
Add the egg yolks, vanilla essence and sweet condensed milk. Beat just enough to incorporate.
Now, if you are using a mixer like me, keep those away n get a spatula. Add custard powder into the mixture and fold them well with a spatula. You can add bit by bit.
Keep on folding and mixing...
Then, add corn flour into the mixture. Mix well
Lastly, add wheat flour and mix well.
There! It's done. Perfectly smooth without lumps..
Use these kind of nozzle to create a dahlia shape. U can use either metal or plastic ones. Results are the same.
Prepare a baking sheet on a shallow and wide baking tray. Pipe them out like this. (Sorry, wasn't able to snap how the piping process looks like as i was doing it alone. I only have 2 hands)
Don't forget to put the cherry cubes in the middle.
Bake at 150 degree celsius for 20 minutes or less. Bear in mind that the time might varies depends on how hot your oven is. No worries, the biscuits are done when the base turns brown.
See, the base turns brown when it is already cooked. Take them out from the oven and leave them to cool for a while.
If you decided to keep them, keep in an airtight jar or container. Good luck!
Meanwhile, the next day, its already empty.
- 300.0g Unsalted Butter
- 120.0g Icing Sugar
- 2.0 Egg Yolks
- 1.0tsp Vanilla Essence
- 4.0Tbsp Sweetened creamer/condensed milk
- 200.0g Custard Powder
- 100.0g Corn Flour
- 240.0g Wheat Flour
- Cherry cubes (to decorate)
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