I’m not sure why today is the date to celebrate Chinese Almond Cookies but I love them! And I like to think they’re good luck too…
“Some say the Chinese almond cookie is adapted from the Chinese walnut cookie, a plain cookie with a walnut in the center, which was thought to bring good luck. Also called an almond biscuit or almond cake, today it is found in bakeries in Hong Kong, Macau and mainland China, as well as Chinatowns in cities worldwide.”
(Source: The Nibble)
They’re easy and yumful and full of almond goodness.
Vegan Chinese Almond Cookies
From Cham at Spice Club
To decorate the cookie:
Blanched whole almonds
The recipe includes directions on blanching almonds if you can’t find them pre-blanched. Read on here…Vegan Chinese Almond Cookies
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