Wednesday, September 15, 2010

Cheese Sago Cookies

You can't imagine how happy I was when finally I could make this really delicious crunchy unbearable yummy cookies. This used to be my favourite cookie of all time, and I could finish one jar on my own.

I had the recipe once from my mother in law, but at that time I didn't have passion on baking like now. Later on I asked my office mate to copy the recipe for me, but I didn't hesitate to try since she told me that you'll need a lot of efforts to spuit the batter into a baking pan... SIGH

Fortunately I found NCC, a really helpful cooking club filled with really nice experts and fellows of baker. I've got the recipe and red all the posting about  how to succesfully make this cookies.
Now I can make this cookie on my own, finish it by myself, took a picture, and share it to you...

One hint that I got from Mrs. Dewi Anwar of NCC... if you want to reduce the effort while spuiting the batter... mix cheese with the help of a hand mixer so that they will be crushed into small piece and won't clog your spuit head.

Here is the recipe which I've got from NCC :

300 gr of sago flour
2 pcs of pandan leaves
100 gr margarine
50 gr of butter
150 gr of castor sugar
1 egg yolk
100 gr of grated edam (old) cheese
50 ml of coconut milk

How to :
- Heat over a pan, sagoo flour and pandan leaves, with low heat until pandan leaves turned to dry. Set aside.
- Mix margarine and butter to soft and white batter, add sugar and yellow eggs mix thoroughly.
- Add sagoo flour and gratted cheese one at a time, mix and add coconut milk.
- Put batter into a pastry bag fitted with star shaped spuit. Spray the batter into a baking pan.
- Bake for 40 minutes with temperature around 150 degree celcius

source : ncc indonesia (fatmah bahalwan)


  1. I did gave you one jar on last eid brow... :P
    thanks for the visit XOXO

  2. Do you happen to know what they used as topping for this cookie? Im thinking gratef cheddar cheese but was wondering wouldnt it melt if put in the oven? Haha, do let me know if u have any idea, thanks!!

  3. Indonesian cheddar cheese will do, but British will not.

  4. kalau guna cream cheese boleh x?