Bake Buko Pandan Cookies
Edited by mahalia jovita b. bugasto, Eng, Lynn, Robbi and 4 others
Buko and Pandan are Filipino words. Translated, Buko is coconut and Pandan is screwpine. Both of these are native products from the Philippines. Since the people in the Philippines are resourceful and naturally experimental with their foods, we see many recipes which are not duplicated in other areas.
They have conjured up a special cookie that is both delicious and exotic at the same time. Buko Pandan cookies are not just ordinary cookies. I only recently got wind of these delectable cookies. I am an avid baker myself, which is why, when I saw the recipe for screwpine coconut cookies I didn't think twice before trying out the recipe.
Do not waste another second - try out Buko Pandan cookies and I bet you'll like them as well!
You can bake them just for recreational purposes, or since the recipe is fairly new and not a lot of people are making them, you could even turn this into a small business and the startup capital would be minimal. Follow the recipe below, and do your magic.
This recipe will yield about 16 cookies
Things that you'll need:
- 12 large baking sheetsAdvertisement
- 2Parchment paperAdvertisement
- 3Large bowl
- 4Small bowl
- 51 teaspoon
- 6Wooden spoon or electric mixer
- 7Medium sized sifter
- 81 tablespoon
- 91 set measuring cups
- 11/2 cup butter
- 21/2 cup granulated sugar (regular sugar)
- 31/2 cup firmly packed light brown sugar
- 41 large EGG
- 63/4 cup WHOLE WHEAT flour
- 71/2 teaspoon salt
- 81/2 teaspoon baking powder
- 91/2 teaspoon baking soda
Steps on how to Bake:
- 1Preheat your oven to 350 degrees Fahrenheit.
- 2Lightly grease your baking sheets or put parchment paper on top so the cookies will not stick.
- 3Beat it on medium speed using your electric mixer until all ingredients are combined completely, or use your wooden spoon for mixing. Once the mixture is smooth and creamy beat in 1 large egg and the Pandan flavoring paste (may be clear or green in color). Once combined, set it aside.Combine the butter, granulated sugar and brown sugar in the large mixing bowl.
- 5(Dough will expand when heated.) Bake the cookies until they are lightly brown at the edges, approximately 8-10 minutes.Spoon the Buko Pandan cookie dough in large tablespoons full, and place them on the baking sheet at about 2 inches apart.
- 6Let the cookies cool for about two minutes before transferring to the wire rack and after 10 minutes. Serve them to your family or guest for a taste test.Once done with baking.Advertisement
These few simple steps will create a very delicious and mouth watering cookie that everybody will love! Enjoy!
Questions and Answers
It is nutritious? If so, how? Can you give me some of the nutrients of buko pandan cookies?
Buko pandan cookies are just delicious, Filipino cookies. There isn't any necessarily nutritious about these cookies; however, due to their relatively healthy ingredients, they are less harmful to your body than other cookies, like chocolate chip or sugar cookies.
Do you know the Buko Panadan salad dessert recipe?
I would like the recipe for the delicious Filipino dessert also called Panlansing Pinoy that is like a jelly salad.. I have tried: I have made the Buko Pandan cookies and they are delicious and want to try making the traditional Filipino salad that uses similar ingredients.
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