Sunday, February 5, 2012

Ginger Almond Biscuits


I really look forward to Kalyani’s Magic Mingle ,it gives us scope to think and create...innovate!The two ingredients ,which should feature in the recipe are a interesting combo...For this month we have Almond and Ginger.The first thing that I could think of was  Ginger Biscuits .I was very fond of these as a teenager.Infact every time we had a dinner I would make a pudding with these biscuits.Wonder where they are lost...not seen them in ages!!

Memories ,helped me to add almonds to those ginger biscuits.I normally avoid baking,most of the times the recipe demands lot of butter...or somehow find them full of calories...and to tell the truth I simply forget that somebody’s waiting in the oven!!..half the time things burn!!..This time I made sure and I put an alarm on my BB..and so here are these Ginger Almond Biscuits,which baked to a nice golden and tasted so so good.

1cup.............maida
¾ cup.......... sugar
50gms......... butter
¼ tsp........... baking soda
65gms........ ginger
¼ cup......... chopped almonds
Milk to bind the dough.

Sift maida and baking pwd.
Clean ginger and extract juice.
Mix maida,baking pwd,butter almonds and ginger juice.
Adding milk bind the dough.
Roll and cut into the desired shape.
Bake at 180 deg for 15 minutes.
Cool on a wire rack.
Store.












Enjoy the cookies with some black coffee and your favorite book!!

Friends I have to share a good news with you all.I just got a small recipe book printed with some of family favorites.

These cookies are off to Vardhani's Zesty Palette hosted by Anusha , Kalyani's .  Valentine Fest - Served with Love,Valentine Special and Cooking Concepts # 7: Dish for Loved Ones.








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18 comments:

  1. lovely biscuits

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  2. Love your presentation. COokies look perfect! :)
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    Kavi (Edible Entertainment)
    Ongoing Event:(Kid's Delight - Something Sweet)

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  3. Love your presentation.. beautiful clicks and a nice recipe.

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  4. ha ha, i am still thinking what to be done and i have a recipe here. superb dear.

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  5. Lovely biscuits n 1st time on ur blog, loved the clicks.

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  6. lovely clicks!first time here and love it!

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  7. Oh..these biscuits are my favorite, loved the flavours good one

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  8. Love gineger and alsmond would love to give this a try...

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  9. Ginger and almond.. intrestin combination nice recipe...

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  10. I am very happy to give you a Liebster Blog award. Please visit my space to collect it. Here is the link-

    Liebster Blog Award

    Preeti
    http://preeti-kitchen.blogspot.in/

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  11. looks great vaishali :) glad u came by...one dish & so many ways to prepare them right :D..!keep dropping by!

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  12. i forgot to mention..love ur blog name!

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  13. Love that interesting addition of ginger juice to almond cookies. They look lovely.

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  14. congrats on the recipe book vaishali and the cookies look very crunchy munchy

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  15. Congrats on getting your recipe book published...Biscuits looks very good

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