Thursday, December 5, 2013

25 Days of #HotHolidayHints: Day 5 with Iyana Jenna




It's Day 5 of 25 Days of Hot Holiday Hints and we have a tip all the way from Indonesia! Be sure to leave a comment for Iyana because we are giving away a $5 gift card to one random commenter each day! Welcome author Iyana Jenna...

Here in Indonesia, one of the most popular snacks are Cheese Fingers. They are crunchy and so delicious. I really love it!

Ingredients

-       175 gr (approx 6 oz) flour
-       125 gr (approx 4.5 oz) butter
-       100 gr (approx 3.5 oz) Edam cheese
-       2 yolks
-       50 gr (approx 2 oz) cheddar cheese for sprinkle
-       1 yolk for spread before baking

Directions

1.     Mix butter and yolks. Use two knives to cut and mix.
2.     Add Edam cheese. Mix well.
3.     Add flour. Mix.
4.     Roll the dough and cut into small parts (like fingers).
5.     Beat the yolk and spread it on the dough. Sprinkle cheddar cheese on it. Bake for 20 minutes in 150 degree Celsius (300 degrees fahrenheit).





Blurb

Taking a break from dealing with his father’s clients on legal matters, Nicholas Haynes went out to the sea on his yacht—only to find a man floating in the water. The man was still alive, much to Nicholas’s relief.

Gregory Phillips was a private investigator and his last job almost turned him into fish food if not for Nicholas. Little did he know that the main suspect in his case was one of Nicholas’ father’s clients. When Nicholas insisted on taking care of Gregory after the incident that almost killed him, can he trust Nicholas enough with his life?

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6 comments:

Jessica Hale said...

hmm yum sounds good

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angieia said...

The book sounds really interesting. Thank you for sharing your recipe with us.
angiek@cfu.net

angieia said...

The book sounds really interesting. Thank you for sharing your recipe with us.
angiek@cfu.net

amy bowens said...

Anything with cheese in them sounds good to me. I will have to try these! I loved the blurb sounds like there is a lot of mystery !

elaing8 said...

Sounds yummy and simple to make.
Thanks for sharing the recipe.
elaing8(at)netscape(dot)net

S.J. Maylee said...

Yum! :D Love cheese. I'm going to have to try these.
Everything about your book is pulling me in, the title, the cover, and the blurb. :)