Saturday, 12 March 2011

Eggless Wheat Cookies



After I saw this recipe of cookies here I went a bit crazy. Never have I seen some lovely recipe where all the   ingredients are available at hand. Easy to make and they great taste!!

I read about them just before lunch and as I was heating up and laying the table I mixed the ingredients, baked after lunch.


The kids were okay with the cookies but  my best compliment (which are very very  very  rare in coming) was from my husband, after he came back from work he found the cookies lying on the table after he ate them he asked me where I brought them from. Yippee!

Thanks Ayeesha!!

Ingredients:
1 cup whole wheat flour
½ cup sugar
¼ tsp salt
¼ cup ground almonds
3 cardamoms
½ cup softened butter
Milk as needed for to make soft dough
Pistachios or pista for decoration

Method:
1.         Since my oven has auto bake for cookies, cakes and pies I use that. However you use preheat oven to 180°C.
2.         In the mixer I added 20 almonds (10 were enough) with the cardamom and to make up the level in the mixer blade I added sugar and ground it up.
3.         Mix the dry ingredients
4.         Add the butter mix. Add milk about 1-2 tsps to make a soft dough.
5.         Divide in 24 equal parts. Make small balls, press the pista bits in the dough and bake till golden. (14 minutes in my oven).
6.         Remove and cool on a wire rack. Store in an air tight container.



11 comments:

  1. Yummy whole wheat cookies.

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  2. looks delicious and healthy cookies...

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  3. Looks delicious, crunchy and perfectly baked:)

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  4. Nicely made cookies... Perfect for tea time

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  5. yeah I remember Ayeesha tried this from Manjula's site. I bet they were as tasty as they look

    Deepa
    Hamaree Rasoi

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  6. Gorgeous healthy cookies....all the best for your knots....

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  7. Gorgeous healthy cookies....all the best for your knots....

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  8. That you dear for this compliments, I'm so so happy. We too enjoyed that cookies a lot. It's from Manjula's Kitchen actually, all credit goes to her for this lovely cookies :)

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  9. Awesome cookies n perfect bake..I have these bookmarked from Manjula's kitchen too :)


    US Masala

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