i am susan thye. aka chocolatesuze. lives in sydney, australia. born 30.5.83. married to noods. works in social media. this is a food and lifestyle blog. i like cheeseburgers, cake, fried chicken and macarons.
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2 February 2011, 03:52
Originally I was all set to follow Billy’s peanut cookie recipe except I realised just as I finished roasting my peanuts that I didn’t have any caster sugar errr crap so a quick jump onto google and I decided to try the mini sam tan kitchen‘s recipe which used icing sugar instead and it worked fabulously! I just had issues with the baking time and also the measurement of “add a good glug of oil” rofl. Makes about 30 cookies so feel free to double or even triple the recipe.
200g unsalted, unroasted peanuts (+ a handful of halved peanuts for decoration)
200g plain flour
100g icing sugar (ignore my ghetto icing sugar storage)
½ tsp baking powder
½ tsp salt
1 egg, beaten (not shown cos i totally forgot to include in the lineup of ingredients)
Approx 150-175ml of vegetable oil
Fry or roast peanuts. I prefer frying because I can watch when the peanuts are starting to get golden; as soon as you see flecks of brown take off from heat
Blend nuts until completely pulverised
Mix all the dry ingredients together
Add 150ml of oil to the dry ingredients, stir and knead mixture. Gradually add more oil until mixture can hold it’s shape when squished and rolled into a ball
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