This thin and fragile looking wafers are crispy and fragrant with both sesame and orange flavor. It takes quite some time to finish all the batter with this recipe. Baking time was short, however, I needed to take care of several task at a time. While a batch of the cookies were being baked in the oven, I had to prepare another batch. I do not make thin cookies so often, thus I was slow at making them equally round and thin. If the cookie batter is not thinly spread onto the baking sheet, some parts would burn more than the others, and the cookies would not have the uniform golden color.
Just after I finished the next batch of cookie batter, the previous batch had been done and I had to quickly remove them from baking sheet and shaped them into slightly curved wafers. Then put the next baking tray into the oven, and came back to transfer the done wafers to the wire rack.
I could not have managed all these stuffs without my fiance’s help. He was quick at transferring the hot cookies to the glass cups to bend the cookies into curved shape. Thus I only had to concentrate on preparing the next batch before the ones in the oven got burned. And so, I got these beautiful golden orange wafers.