Cooking with sis ~ Indonesian corn cookies


Corn Cookies 1- copyright LosAngelas

If you scroll through my blog, it’s clear that I have a love for food. This love definitely runs in the family, my sister is a sort of MacGyver, when it comes to cooking. I was amazed to see, one evening when me & my father turned up unannounced, she whipped up half a rice table in under half an hour and it was delicious! I have to admit that I’m pretty jealous when I see people, who make these things look so easy.

On several occasions my sister made these Indonesian corn cookies, which always makes me happy, they’re so yummy and because they’re bitesize they’re ideal for any occasion. Also these little they’re tasty either warm or cold, you can easily make these little snacks a day in advance.

So I invited her if she could teach me to make these, and honestly now that you know the recipe, you should make them too!

~ Here is what you need for about 20 little cookies:

1 egg 1 spring onion

2 cloves of garlic 1 can of sweetcorn

1 00 gram plain flower 1 teaspoon kurkuma – tumeric

1 teaspoon ketoembar – coriander powder

and vegetable oil to fry in

~ Mix all the ingredients in a bowl

Heat in a wok or a deep frying pan a layer of vegetable oil.

Take 2 spoon, use one to scoop some of the mixture, then use the second one to carefully drop the mixture in the oil. Be careful that the oil is not too hot, because it may spit.

Fry the cookies a couple of minutes on each side.

Serve with sweet chili sauce and ENJOY!

Corn Cookies 5 - copyright LosAngelas

Corn Cookies 7 - copyright LosAngelas

Corn Cookies 2 - copyright LosAngelas

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Corn Cookies 8 - copyright LosAngelas

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10 responses to “Cooking with sis ~ Indonesian corn cookies

  1. Looks and reads good enough to eat – love your photos … there was too ingredients I didn’t understand, but with goggles help … I got it – coriander and saffron. Will give this a go .. thanks.

    • Thank you Lorna!! Haha, this is an indonesian recipe, so, these ingredients are not your standard kitchen ingredients.
      Kurkuma = Tumeric
      ketoembar = coriander powder
      I was not sure what the english terms were, I hope this is more clear :)
      absolutely worth a try!

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