A local guy brings me to local flea market or bazaar. So, what exactly is bazaar? I don’t know the real definition of bazaar but I see it as a place to get just about anything with affordable price. Some take it as heaven for shopping but I take it as a place to kill time.
Of course there are various types of bazaars around. I know a local car bazaar, clothes bazaar, electronic bazaar and of course my favorite one, food bazaar. Normally, I will visit food haven with stomach empty but this time, I visited a bazaar with stomach full.
Instead of getting a lot of food, I only get this. Why? It looks likes donut of course and reminds me of Dunkin Donut and Krispy Kreme Doughnuts but this is sort of donut with a lot a lot of sesame. Not sweet, not dough-ish type but more like a cookie with a donut shape.
By knowing the fact that I will buy this again, so I asked from my friend to teach me on how I can make this myself. Edible or not, that is a different question but let me share with you what I know about this local delights.
150 gr butter
170 gr flour
100 gr finely grated cheese
1/2 tsp salt
1/2 tsp black pepper
3-4 tbsp cold water
1. Put butter, flour, grated cheese, salt and butter into a bowl and use your hands to make crumbles.
2. Then pour the water and shape the dough into a ball. Put it into a plastic bag and put into a fridge for 1 hour.
3. Cut the dough into 10 small pieces. Roll each piece between your hands and cut each stipe into half to make (about 10cm) stripes. Then shape the round cookie.
4. Beat the egg in a bowl. Put the sesame seeds into another bowl. Dip the cookie into an egg then coat with sesame seeds.
5. Place the cookies on a baking paper and bake in a preheated oven (180 degC) for 20 min. Let it cool down and enjoy!
Of course this receipe is not NOT by me but from my friend Mr. Google.