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RECIPE: Matcha Cookies by The Maya Kitchen

It used to be a "tea" variant, but now, almost everyone is going crazy with matcha flavors. There's matcha chocolate, matcha ice cream, matcha cake, matcha pancakes, matcha-flavored coffee ... and the list seem to be endless.

And here's an interestingly yummy matcha cookie recipe from The Maya Kitchen that is so easy to do.



 
½ cup                        butter
1/3 cup                     sugar
1/3 cup                     brown sugar, packed
1                                  egg
1 cup                         MAYA All-Purpose Flour
¼ cup                        green tea powder
½ teaspoon             baking soda
½ teaspoon             salt
1 cup                         chopped white chocolate
1 cup                         chopped roasted whole almonds
 
1. Preheat oven to 350F/177C. Line 2 cookie sheets with baking paper. Set aside.
2. Cream butter until soft and fluffy. Add sugar and continue beating until smooth. 
3. Beat in egg. 
4. Sift dry ingredients together and add to the creamed mixture. 
5. Stir in half of the chopped chocolates and almonds
6. Scoop dough, about 2 inches apart
7. Top each cookie with chocolates and almonds.
8. Bake for 15-20 minutes or until edges are brown.
 
Yield: 1-2 dozen cookies



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