Saturday, April 21, 2012

Cornflakes Cups

This is Agnes Chang's recipe which she posted in Yum Yum magazine. Originally named Chinese New Year Cornflakes Cup, but I made this last week, and not Chinese New Year, and I changed the name....:D
When I saw it for the first time,I found it interesting, cause, she's using anchovies and peanuts combined with cornflakes, glued with honey.
And it turned out really nice with the balance taste of saltiness ,sweetness , buttery and crunchy.

Ingredients:
100 gm butter
150 gm cornflakes
100 gm peanut, toasted and skinned
100 gm fried ikan bilis  (anchovies)( I used 150 gm)
100 gm honey/golden syrup

Method:
Melt butter in a wok, add cornflakes and stir well.
Add roasted peanuts , ikan bilis (anchovies)and stir well.
Pour in honey and mix well combined.
Line small petitins with small paper cups, spoon mixture into small paper cups and press slightly.
Bake in a pre-heated oven at 160C for about 12-15 minutes , till golden brown.
Remove and leave to cool before storing.

Mix all the ingredients.


Spoon the mixture into paper cups


10 comments:

Sonia ~ Nasi Lemak Lover said...

oh, this is yum, cripsy and full of flavours!

Janine said...

ooh i never knew of such cornflake cups with ikan bilis in them! definitely trying them out when i've a craving for something salty AND sweet :)

Spice up the Curry said...

looks so delicious, love it

raquel@eRecipe.com said...

Interesting cornflakes. I got curious of its taste with the anchovies. Seeing it in small paper cups ready to be eaten made me crave for it. =)

Cheah said...

I've made this before but not with anchovies. This is a unique taste but sure looks good!

R said...

this is such an interesting recipe, very cute and delicious!

Jeannie Tay said...

This looks delicious! I have made these before without the anchovies, I must add the anchovies next time!

WendyinKK @ Table for 2..... or more said...

When I was a kid,
I absolutely loved this.
This is the first thing that I will look for in the tupperware of Raya goodies my dad's friend gave him.

Angie's Recipes said...

Love those crunchy bites!

lena said...

hey , not bad using ikan bilis, adding a little salty taste to these crunchies!