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I made a yummy cookies yesterday, called “kokosanki” (I don’t know how should I translate it). It’s a very, very old recipe.. When I was in primary school we tried to learn how to bake and cook. A group of boys made “kokosanki”, when they heat up the ingredients they left plastic spoon in a pot.. they realized that half of that spoon melt too.. 🙂 It’s funny – I never use plastic spoon because I remember quite clearly this RED melted spoon (and this strange smell … 😉
but come back to recipe ..

1 glass of milk
3 tablespoon of honey
5 decagram of butter
30 decagram of sugar

38 decagram of wheat
3 eggs
2 teaspoon of baking powder

milk, honey, butter and sugar – melt but not boil (!!!). After that – wait few minutes – this mass must be cool down.Next separate the yolk from white of an egg. Add yolk to the mass and using spoon or mixer precisely stir or mix.

After that whisk the white of eggs. Next add wheat with baking powder (sifted) and white of eggs and using spoon melt this mass (you should add wheat and white of eggs gradually — at first one tablespoon of wheat and one of white of eggs it is important to melt slowly.. )

Put the mass to baking tin and bake (180 degrees Celcius) about 45 minutes.

10 decagram of butter
16 decagram of sugar
2 tablespoons of cocoa
3 tablespoons of milk
2 tablespoons of potato flour

butter, sugar and cocoa – melt and boil. Before that melt potato flour with milk and when sugar, cocoa and butter will boil then add milk with flour and boil but shortly!

When the cake is ready cut it into pieces (the cake must be cool down).

After that soak the cake into cocoa topping and coat with  desiccated coconut (you will need about 25 decagram of desiccated coconut). Put cookies to the fridge.

Enjoy!!! 🙂