Cat Tounges

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mochi

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May 26, 2015
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Ingredients
Butter 125 grams (i used butter 50 grams and margarine 75 grams)
Sugar 65 grams
Egg white 50 ml
Vanilla
*grated cheddar cheese 10-15 grams (optional)
All purpose flour 50 grams
Cookies Flour 50 grams
Maizena 30 grams
Full cream milk 10 grams

Directions
1. Beat butter and sugar until light and fluffy
2. add egg white and vanilla, mix again
3. add dry ingredients (and cheese), mix it well
4. put on piping bag
5. cut the edges of pipig bag 1cm, start piping 4-5cm
6. oven until the edge brownie (this cookies easily burnt so be careful)

as for flavor variations:
-plain (vanilla/milky)
-cheese
-chocolate (add 5 grams chocolate powder)
-coffee
-pandan (add 1/4tsp pandan paste and substitute milk powder with coconut powder) but i hate this flavor..



Pandan

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Cheese
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didymos

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#2
Similar to what we call 'lange vingers' (lit. ' long fingers). You can use them to make great cakes too.

 

mochi

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May 26, 2015
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#3
Oh yeah, they have similiar shape.. hohoho.. and some people call it lady fingers too..
But this cat tounges is very thin and crisp :D

Now, i'm craving strawberry cake for some reason.. lol
 
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HappyNewYear2016

Guest
#4
Must try this receipe! Looks too good!
 

Lynx

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Aug 13, 2014
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Sounds good, but as a fellow feline I have to object to the name. :rolleyes:
 
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#9
Ingredients
Butter 125 grams (i used butter 50 grams and margarine 75 grams)
Sugar 65 grams
Egg white 50 ml
Vanilla
*grated cheddar cheese 10-15 grams (optional)
All purpose flour 50 grams
Cookies Flour 50 grams
Maizena 30 grams
Full cream milk 10 grams

Directions
1. Beat butter and sugar until light and fluffy
2. add egg white and vanilla, mix again
3. add dry ingredients (and cheese), mix it well
4. put on piping bag
5. cut the edges of pipig bag 1cm, start piping 4-5cm
6. oven until the edge brownie (this cookies easily burnt so be careful)

as for flavor variations:
-plain (vanilla/milky)
-cheese
-chocolate (add 5 grams chocolate powder)
-coffee
-pandan (add 1/4tsp pandan paste and substitute milk powder with coconut powder) but i hate this flavor..



Pandan

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Cheese
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hmm. sugar cookies with something added in
If it were just cheese and no sugar it would be cheesesticks..interesting
 

mochi

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May 26, 2015
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#10
Sounds good, but as a fellow feline I have to object to the name. :rolleyes:
Ooopppss.. I'm sorry.. lol!! :p :p
This cookies called "lidah kucing" i translate it into "cat tounges".. when i was a little i was creepy at the name.. but its yum.. huehehe.. >_<
 

mochi

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May 26, 2015
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#11
hmm. sugar cookies with something added in
If it were just cheese and no sugar it would be cheesesticks..interesting
Is that how cheese sticks made??
I have a different recipe for cheese sticks but i need to use homemade noodle machine to make that..

You just gave me idea when you said "no sugar and it would be cheese sticks"
I'm wondering if i remove sugar and milk powder.. and added garlic, mushroom powder and cheese.. how it will taste? hmmm... hmmmm... i think its worth it to try.. lol.. Thanks for the idea.. hohoho ^_^
 
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skylove7

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#12
Lol Mochi I adore you
You know sooo many recipes lol
Awesome
Can we have dinner sis?
Lol
How far are you from Indiana U.S.A. lol

I'm kidding Mochi
Love you sister
 

mochi

Senior Member
May 26, 2015
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#13
Lol Mochi I adore you
You know sooo many recipes lol
Awesome
Can we have dinner sis?
Lol
How far are you from Indiana U.S.A. lol

I'm kidding Mochi
Love you sister
Awww.. thank you.. lol
Me? its not that far.. actually i live very close sist... if you look it on globe/map :p .. huehehe >_< kidding.. lol

you're kind and friendly as always sky ^^
God bless you :D
 
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skylove7

Guest
#14
Similar to what we call 'lange vingers' (lit. ' long fingers). You can use them to make great cakes too.

Oh my!
I think I'm in love with this.....
Lolol
 
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skylove7

Guest
#15
I was thinkin at first it was strawberries and twinkies lol but its not....
 
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skylove7

Guest
#16
Lol Mochi
I just read your recipe can be chocolate!
I'm in! Lol
 

rstrats

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Aug 28, 2011
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#18
This one falls under the "Heavenly" category.

LUSCIOUS POTATOES

2 pounds of shredded frozen hash brown potatoes
3 cups shredded cheddar cheese
2 cans of cream of chicken soup, undiluted
2/3 cup chopped onion
1 tsp salt
1/4 tsp black pepper
1 (16 ounce) carton on dairy sour cream


1/2 cup melted butter or margarine
2 cups of cornflakes


In a large bowl, combine first 7 ingredients and mix well.

Spoon mixture into a greased 9x13 inch glass baking dish.

Mix melted margarine and cornflakes until coated.

Spread evenly over potato mixture.

Bake at 350 degrees for 1 hour.
 

blue_ladybug

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Feb 21, 2014
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Why didn't you title this "luscious potatos" instead of "cat tongues"? :confused:
 

rstrats

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Aug 28, 2011
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#20
Why didn't you title this "luscious potatos" instead of "cat tongues"?


Because I didn't realize that I did title it "cat tongues". I know I didn't type the phrase.
 
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