Saturday, 3 November 2012

khajoor / semolina cookies



 

 

Ingredients :

  1. Semolina - 1/2 kg
  2. Sugar - 1/2 kg
  3. All purpose flour / maida - 1/4 kg
  4. Wheat flour - 1/4 kg
  5. Eggs - 2
  6. Saunf / Fennel seeds- 1 tbsp
  7. Salt - pinch
  8. Ghee / clarified butter - 2 tbsp
  9. Almonds - 10 (chopped)
  10. Cashew nuts - 10 (chopped)
  11. Chironji /  Charoli - 2 tsp
  12. Milk - 1 cup
  13. Water - as needed

Method :

  1. In a big vessel put sugar and to that add eggs and mix well until they incorporate into each other .
  2. Add semolina, flour, wheat flour, salt, almonds, cashew nuts, chironji and saunf. Mix well.
  3. Make a stiff dough by adding ghee, milk and water.
  4. Allow the dough to stand for 1/2 hr so that the sugar melts in it and incorporates with other ingredients.
  5. After 1/2 hr roll out the dough into a chapati of about 1/2 inch thickness, now cut it into diamond shape.


     6. Deep fry them in oil on medium flame until golden brown.
     7. Remove and let them cool at room temperature and store.
     8. Can be stored for many days.


                                  Enjoy and Good luck :)

 

 

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Love2Cook Malaysia's Event Deepavali Delights 2012 

Linking to EP series of Julie's hosted by Divya

SIC #3, Anu's page

http://uk-rasoi.blogspot.co.uk/2012/10/come-celebrate-indian-sweets.html

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


          

11 comments:

♥LOVE2COOK MALAYSIA♥ said...

Wow...this is awesome. Something new to me! Thanks for participating!!! :)

divya said...

wow yummy and delicious recipe,luks tempting...

Veena Theagarajan said...

Looks yummy.. This is new to me.. Great dessert
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Priya said...

Feel like munching some, addictive khajoors..

Ambreen (Simply Sweet 'n Savory) said...

Looks absolutely delicious, lovely recipe!

Amelia said...

Hi Kausers, your semolina cookies look delicious. Something new to me, thanks for sharing the recipe.

Glad to meet you, thanks for dropping by my blog with your lovely comments.
I'm following you too.

Have a nice week ahead.

Rimli said...

this is more like Nimki to me.. nice addition of chironji and eggs :)

semolina sugar said...

That was totally cool! I can just can't wait to make some for my kids and share it to my friends!

naaz said...

looks delicious... will defnetly give a try.. do visit my space
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Anonymous said...

I am looking for this recipe finally I got it. Very delicious

asikhan1984 said...

Can we bake these instead?

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