Today I want to share a really nice chocolate chip cookies recipe. The recipe is not mine, but I found it on the My Korean Husband blog. You guys, MUST go read this blog because it is both hilarious and informational. It is also very popular among those who have an interest in the Korean culture, like myself.
I will not repost the whole thing, just the really easy recipe and directions. But, I would like you to learn more about how the recipe come to exist in the first place, so head over to this blog entry.
INGREDIENTS in Australian measures
250 grams of butter (softened)
1/2 cup caster sugar (or just white sugar)
1/2 cup brown sugar
1 teaspoon vanilla essence
half cup of choc chips (or 1 cup if you prefer)
1 and 3/4 cups of self raising flour
1. Preheat oven to 180 degrees C and put baking paper on some oven trays.
2. Put the butter and both sugars into a bowl and mix with electric beaters on a medium speed.
3. Add the egg and vanilla essence to the bowl. Mix with electric beaters until it becomes lighter and and fluffier (about 4 mins).
4. Add the choc chips and half the flour to the bowl. Mix with a wooden smooth and then add the rest of the flour.
5. Make the mixture into balls and put on trays. Bake in oven for 15 mins. Take out trays and let them cool for 5 mins on trays.
6. Hide from your Korean husband.
The post mentions the following:
the words cookies and biscuits in Australia are somewhat interchangeable. ‘Cookie’ is more American but since Koreans are used to American English I use the word cookie more with my husband.
There is also a video tutorial with more side notes to the recipe, therefore nothing can go wrong. Right?
These cookies seem fun to make, and I can barely wait to try the recipe out.