These famously delicious, no-fuss walnut cookies usually make an appearance every Chinese New Year.
They are crispy, crumbly and nutty, and best enjoyed with a steaming cup of tea or coffee just about any time of the day.
Ironically, most recipes for these cookies contain no walnuts.
This recipe however, has been edited and does include ground walnuts and shortening to create that perfect taste and texture.
Each cookie is also topped with walnut pieces to render it more visually appealing and to give some indication as to which nut the cookies are made from.
The end result is a buttery, crumbly and nutty cookie that is oh, so memorable.
This recipe can be found in Rasa Malaysia.
Low Bee Yinn is a food blogger and cookbook author.