Sweet Fried Biscuits

Biscuits/cookies are the most common tea time snack across the world. They make good combination with tea or coffee. The main advantage of them is they can be stored for a long time. For me they are very handy while preparing snack box for kids in a hurry.
Here's a simple and easy way of making crunchy sweet fried cookies at home.

Ingredients 

All purpose flour (Maida flour): 500 gm
Sooji rava (Coarse wheat powder) : 250 gm
Sugar powder : 250 gm 
Salt : 1/2 tea spoon
Cardamom powder : 1 tea spoon
Ghee (Clarified butter) : 100 gm
Oil for frying

Method

Take a bowl add all purpose flour, suji rava, sugar powder, salt, cardamom powder, ghee and mix well.
Make a smooth dough by adding little water at a time and knead well.
Make round balls with the dough and roll it in circular shape just like chapati.
Take a round shaped lid and apply round shapes on the rolled chapati as shown in the picture.
Separate each round shape with a knife and set aside.
Heat oil in deep bottomed karahi/wok and fry the cookies on slow flame till they turn into golden brown color.
Store in a airtight container.

17 comments:

  1. these cookies are really handy for quick bites. Looks tempting and crunchy

    Deepa
    Hamaree Rasoi

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  2. nice looking fried biscuits- good recipe

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  3. That a unique recipe..Fried biscuits sounds soo yumm!!

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  4. wow so tempting !! looks so wonderful !!

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  5. Sure Kids love this Biscuits,luks gr8!

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  6. Wow ~ they looks so tempting, a very new recipe for me :)
    US Masala

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  7. Fried biscuits, indeed looks great...beautiful work.

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  8. These fried biscuits look amazing! These are perfectly fried.
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  9. Great evening tea time bites. Looks crunchy and crispy.
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  10. They looks soo crispy and inviting,yumm!

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  11. Wowww.. looks so crispy and tempting.. delicious too.. first time here.. lovely blog.. Thanks for the awesome recipes :)
    Indian Cuisine

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  12. very tempting and crispy biscuits..love them..

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  13. Hi Hemalata, thanks for your nice comment on my blog. Your biscuits look so crisp and delicious that I would like to have a share if I could. I'm your follower and invite you to follow me. :)

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  14. wow these r so yumm n crispy.. thanks for ur comments on my blog!! Happy to follow urs u hv good recipes which i shd try!!

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  15. yummy biscuits.Looking at the pic I thgt it was a long process but this is simple too.Thanks for sharing.

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