Masala Chilli Cookies - Post 3

Masala Chilli Cookies - Post 3

[Picture by Delilah]

Who doesn't like cookies but while I am doing the course (specially in the cookies week) I had such an overdose of sweet things that I couldn't stand the sight of sugar and all I wanted to do was eat loads and loads of spicy stuff... That is when I chanced upon these cookies somewhere and I sure had to make them.... and man how yummy they were :D :D.

Masala Chilli Cookies - Post 3[Picture by Delilah] Who doesn't like cookies but while I am doing the course (specially in the cookies week) I had such an overdose of sweet things that I couldn't stand the sight of sugar and all I wanted to do was eat loads and loads of spicy stuff... That is when I chanced upon these cookies som...

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    Ingredients

    Maida -
    125 gms
    Whole Wheat Flour -
    125 gms
    Baking Powder -
    1.25 gm
    Butter -
    140 gms
    Sugar -
    25 gms
    Salt -
    7.5 gms
    Milk Powder -
    20 gms
    Custard Powder -
    15 gms
    Curd -
    25 gm
    Water -
    12.5 ml
    For the masala
    Green Chilli - (If u don't want it very spicy cut this and increase others litte)
    10 gms
    Methi Leaves - (If u dont have fresh dry will do)
    10 gms
    Mint Leaves -
    10 gms
    Corrainder Leaves -
    25 gms
    Curry Leaves -
    5gms

    Steps

    1. Grind all masalas together to form a thick paste
    2. Cream butter, sugar, milk powder and custard powder together
    3. Mix baking powder with the flour and gradually add to above and mix well
    4. Mix curd and water to the above mixture
    5. Add the masala and knead a little to form a dough.
    6. Roll with a rolling pin using a little dry dough if needed (don't use too much though)
    7. Cut with round or any desired cutters or shape with hand.
    8. Place in a baking tray and bake at 150C for around 10 mins till done

    PS: this yields quite a lot so make half the recipe if u like

    Note: You can reduce the quantity of butter but then one wont get the khasta biscuit if u understand what i mean

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