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from NSW, Australia 1/4 c. sifted cake flour 2 Tbsp. sugar 1 Tbsp. cornstarch a dash of salt 2 Tbsp. cooking oil 1 egg white 1 Tbsp. water Before you start, write fortunes on small strips of paper for enclosing in cookies. Stir together the flour, sugar, cornstarch and salt. Add the cooking oil and egg white; stir until mixture is smooth. Add water and mix thoroughly. Make one cookie at a time. On lightly greased skillet or griddle, pour 1 tablespoon of batter; spread to 3 1/2-inch circle. Cook over low heat until lightly browned, about 4 minutes. Turn with wide spatula; cook 1 minute more. Working quickly, place cookie on pot holder; put fortune in center. Fold cookie in half, then fold again over edge of bowl. Place cookies in a muffin pan to cool. Makes 8.

Fortune Cookies 2


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(posted February 20, 2001)

from NSW,
Australia

1/4 c. sifted
cake flour
2 Tbsp.
sugar
1 Tbsp.
cornstarch
a
dash of salt
2 Tbsp. cooking oil
1
egg white
1 Tbsp. water

Before you start, write fortunes on small strips of paper for enclosing in cookies.

Stir together the
flour, sugar, cornstarch and salt.
Add the cooking oil and
egg white; stir until mixture is smooth.
Add water and mix thoroughly.
Make one
cookie at a time.
On lightly greased
skillet or griddle, pour 1 tablespoon of batter; spread to 3 1/2-inch circle.
Cook over low heat until lightly browned, about 4 minutes.
Turn with wide
spatula; cook 1 minute more. Working quickly, place cookie on
pot holder; put fortune in center.
Fold
cookie in half, then fold again over edge of bowl.
Place cookies in a
muffin pan to cool.
Makes 8.



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from Indpls,in, United States wrote:0  0

awesome
5 starsSeptember 15, 2003


from mtn. home, idaho, United States wrote:1  0

i just love the taste of fourtune cookies and i am so excited that i have gotten to make them myself. they are so much fun to make!!! you can even decorate them with food coloring if you like. all you do is set aside a little bit of your batter and add
5 starsSeptember 1, 2003


 
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