Wednesday, January 11, 2012

Bow Biscuits



Bow Biscuits -Servers : 3

Ingredients

Maida (Plain Flour) - ½ cup (100gr)
Sugar – 2 tbspn – (25 gr)
Butter – 1 tbspn
Salt – ½ pinch
Cardamom powder – ½ tspn

Method:

Melt the butter and power the sugar
Mix all the ingredients, (melted butter, powdered sugar, cardamom, salt, Maida) and add enough water to make soft dough.

Divide into three portions and make thick round chappathi.
Horizontally and vertically cut one inch and make a bow size.
Heat the oil and keep medium flame, fry all the bows until both sides are golden brown.
My son designed this bow biscuits.


Allow to cool and keet it in an air tight container.
Very crispy tea time snack is ready.

Sure it may stay for one month same crispy.
You can make the  different shapes square, diamond shape also.
Instead of butter you can add Dalda or ghee.



I am sending this recipe to srivalli's kid's delight hosting by vej junction veena

23 comments:

CREATIVE MIND said...

Slam Jaleela,
thanks for sharing another yummy recipe with us, well done :)

Pari said...

Nice shape dear.


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Asiya Omar said...

nice recipe.bow biscuit looks crispy and tasty.

Aarthi said...

YUMMO..Thanks for the recipe..This looks mouthwatering..I have bookmarked it..

Aarthi
http://yummytummy-aarthi.blogspot.com/

Julie said...

Lovely name and cute biscuits..

Erivum Puliyum

Chitra said...

a simple tea time snack. Thank you for the recipe.

cookingvarieties said...

hi jaleela, this sure is simple and great to follow..nice snack, lasting crispiness
have a nice day

Priya said...

Wow superaa irruku bow biscuits Jaleela, thanks for sending ur soup dear, neegha link panna maranthutinga, pls do it..hope to see more soup recipes from u..

Maayeka said...

nice and crispy tea time snack...loved the shape...

Ramya said...

thanks for visiting my blog...these biscuits are so cute..kids would just love them

Julie said...

You have an award at my space ,please collect it dear:-))
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PrathibhaSreejith said...

Cute bow biscuits, perfect kids delight :)

Ambreen said...

Yummy & cute, looks wonderful! I can finish this in one go :)

Jaleela said...

salam creative mind , thank you very much for you comment

Thank you very much for you visit pari,

thank you asiya your lovely comment

thank you cooking variety yeah its long lasting crispy..

thank you priya, oke paa check panReen

Maayeka thank you for visit and comment

yes ramya ,kids would just love this biscuits.

Jaleela said...

//YUMMO..Thanks for the recipe..This looks mouthwatering..I have bookmarked it..//

thank you arthi. prepare it immediately and tell me the result.

Jaleela said...

Thank you juile for your award and regular visit

Jaleela said...

chitra i am happy to see your comment ..

Jaleela said...

//Cute bow biscuits, perfect kids delight //

thank you prathiba

Jaleela said...

//Yummy & cute, looks wonderful! I can finish this in one go//

thank you ambreen

Aarthi said...

awesome recipe...love it

Aarthi
http://yummytummy-aarthi.blogspot.com/

Umm Mymoonah said...

Looks very cute, thank you for linking with Any One Can Cook :)

Seema said...

Yummy....nice shape.

Latha said...

Yummy...thanks for the entry.