Chinese Fortune Cookies

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Billie Neal


This recipe comes from a 1968 recipe book titled,"Favorite Recipes From Church of GOD Ladies". Each of the recipes has the ladies' name and home town and I will include this with the recipe and if you know or are related to this person, I would really like to know. The recipes I post from this cookbook are ones I have tried and really like or are unusual due to ingredients or possibly due to the number of recipes with the same name but are different in some way. I hope you enjoy.
I know some the recipes are really lacking in some or all areas, but I am posting them as they are in the cookbook


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Yield: 2 1/2 dozen


How to Make Chinese Fortune Cookies


  1. Beat eggs with electric beater for 2 minutes;
  2. Add sugar gradually, beating for 10 minutes.
  3. Fold in flour and lemon extract; beat for 2 minutes.
  4. Heat griddle to medium.
  5. Drop batter onto griddle by tablespoonfuls;
  6. allow to spread to about 3 inches in diameter.
  7. Cook for 30 seconds on each side or until cakes become golden brown.
  8. Remove from griddle.
  9. Place fortune paper in center while still hot and pliable;
  10. fold cake up from 3 sides. Allow to cool.

    Mrs. Mary Biclawski
    Urichesville Church of God LWWB
    Urichesville, Ohio

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