srikaya and raspberry jam thumbprint cookies




Ingredients :
- 2 stick unsalted butter/room temperature
- 3/4 cup sugar
- 2 eggs yolk
- 2 cup flour
- pinch of salt
- 1 tsp coconut extract
- 1/2 cup srikaya jam/coconut egg spread
- 1/2 cup raspberry jam or any kinds jam you like

SRIKAYA JAM / COCONUT EGG SPREAD
Preparation :
Preheat oven on 350 F
prepare baking sheets pan with parchment paper or grease baking sheets pan
shift flour and salt,set aside
cream butter and sugar until fluffy
add egg yolk one at a time,add coconut extract
add flour mix until the dough start to come together
shape the dough into small balls, presh with thumb and fill them with srikaya jam or any  fruits jam/preserve you like.
put into baking sheet about 2 inches a part
ready to the oven, bake for 20-25 minutes


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Comments

Priya dharshini said…
Never heard abt this jam..nice recipe
Nava K said…
I sure am discovering more Asian flavors with your recipes. Very nice way of using the srikaya as the filling inside. I still have one bottle of kaya but mine is pandan flavour. Need to finish it off before the expiry, all for sure for these thumbprint cookies.
Peggy G. said…
Still need to find this jam! Beautiful thumbprint cookies Ridwan! And hope you get to go hiking soon =)
These cookies look super incredible :D

Cheers
CCU
Rainy days are the best days for baking! These cookies look so pretty and delicious!
KitchenKarma said…
Oh the cookies look so good...I love the jam ones, is the other variety same as the ones they sell in Chinese bakeries? I think it has only egg custard, not coconut in it....
Riceandcoconut said…
@Suchi
Probably yes they have that type,I know one of them was with pandan flavored !!
Soni said…
Ooh these look delicious!!Love the raspberry jam in the middle!!Yumm :)
Angie's Recipes said…
Love these thumbprints with coconut jam. They are irresistible.
Kitchen Simmer said…
These jam thumbprints are fantastic!! You are really doing some great recipes these days and I'm so happy the Foodbuzz is noticing. :) Well done!
PinayinTexas said…
Your thumbprint cookies look awesome, Ridwan! I've never tried srikaya jam. It sounds really interesting!
Cucina49 said…
I hate having to cancel outdoor plans due to the weather--and that's such a beautiful area. However, it looks like you made such good use of your time! I love the pop of color that the jam gives the cookies.
Unknown said…
I made the crust out of pandan flavored serikaya, added a bit more of pandan paste to enhance the color and flavor and added the regular seriyaka as a filling...they are delicious

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