It had been raining heavily at Tuticorin for the past 3 days(which is an unusual scenario!!).I don't like biscuits as they are very sweet in nature..I usually take the Kara biscuit that is available at Ganesh Bakery(famous for its macroon).I just wanted to try a similiar type of this biscuit.Just came across the blog nammaruchi which had this recipe.
With the mixture of coriander,chilli,curry leaves,mint leaves the taste and flavour is fantabulous...Now i got addicted to this biscuit.In a monsoon season, hot chaii with such a crunchy masala biscuit is too much for an evening.
Just try it out and pass me the comments..
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1 Cup of Maida
4 Tbsp of softened butter
1 Tbsp of Sesame seeds
1 Tbsp of Curry leaves(chopped finely)
1 Tbsp of coriander leaves (Chopped finely)
1 Tbsp of Mint leaves (Chopped finely-Optional)3 to 4 Nos. of Green chillies(Chopped it finely after deseeding it)
1 Tsp of Salt
1/2 Tsp of Powdered Sugar
4 Tbsp of milk (add one more if the batter is not of chappathi consistency)
1.First take all the ingredients except milk in a mixing bowl.
2.Mix the ingredients well.
3.Then add the milk accordingly till the mixture comes into a form of a chappathi dough
5.Cut it using a cookie cutter
6.Prick each biscuit with the fork so that it don't bulge up like a poori.
7.Preheat the oven at 180 degree C. for 10 minutes
8.Grease the baking pan and arrange the ones on the pan
9.Bake it at 180 degree C for 12-14 minutes.The time may vary accordingly to your oven and the biscuit size
- As soon as u take out the biscuit will be soft and after few minutes it will turn crispy.
- If you need more karam then add much more chilli.
- Chillies can also be grinded and added