hi everybody, hope you all had a lovely time, quality time with your family and friends during deepavali, I did and we did enjoy had a good time. OK, an other Biscuit which I prepared on the same day as my cashew Biscuits, this too I got it from my recipe book!!, so, again I don't have the baking time or temperature. Here is how it goes.
- 100 gm Maida/ All purpose flour
- 50 gm Butter
- 40 gm powered sugar,
- 30 gm Peanuts ( roasted & powdered)
- 2 tbsp Granulated sugar
- 1/4 tsp baking powder
- 1/2 tsp Vanilla essence
- 1/2 tsp powdered cardamom
- a pinch of dry ginger
- 1/2 tsp pepper
- salt to taste
- Sieve maida /APF & baking powder together twice.
- Make a mixture of the ginger, pepper and salt.
- Mix all the ingredients together to form a smooth dough
- If needed add a little milk
- Make small balls and arrange them on a baking tray and bake approximately around 20 to 25 minutes on Gas mark 4
- Serve it hot with coffee or tea or you can much when ever you want or with a cup of cold milk too.
Looks crunchy and inviting Jayasri! Belated Diwali wishes to you and your family 🙂
the peanut biscuit must be tasting nice and crunchy.
wow! I am hearing for the first time about peanut biscuit.it must be very tasty and delicious.I am going to try making it. you can also visit my blog and give ur comments.
I approached the recipe with wary as you simply said no temp, no time!! Reading thro' I've realised that they turned out so well by your judgement of time.They look great! So I will try these too.Just have to wait for the deepavali goodies to finish:)
This is a nice variation to the usual peanut butter biscuits. It has come out well.
i like peanuts in any form, but peanut flavoured biscuits looks very delicious and crunchy and perfectly baked....
Sounds and looks good 🙂
wah ..cookies look tempting kanri. Deepavali habbada haardika shubhashayagalu nimagella. Namma celebration jorilla eesarthi, probably mundina varsha putta magala jote joragi habba madona antha 😉
Crunchy and yummy peanut biscuits...