Dragon Cookies. Chinese New Year also known as Lunar New Year is an important spring festival for Chinese. Just merely few weeks we will be celebrating the big festival! I like Chinese New Year, I like the atmosphere especially during the preparation for the celebration. Everyone is busy doing housekeeping and decoration for the big day. We buy new clothes, foods to treat friends and family, decoration to decoration home and so forth. The street is so lively and you can hear New Year song is playing everywhere.
Of course baking of nice and yummy cookies is also activity during the preparation. This year I decided to bake some cookies. Today I am sharing with you the recipe of Dragon Cookies. It is a melt-in-mouth cookie with aroma of coconut. Dragon Cookies are very much like “Kuih Bangkit”, both are in white color and melt-in-mouth. The different is that Dragon cookies use corn flour but “Kuih Bangkit” uses tapioca flour. No matter what both are very nice cookies for the spring festival! Let’s kit start to make the Dragon Cookies.
Recipe from Butter & Olive Baking Academy
This recipe makes about 30 cookies (depend on the size of cookie)