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Eggless Ghee biscuits, Eggless Ghee cookies, 3 ingredient cookies recipe

Eggless Ghee biscuits/ Ghee cookies are delicious, aromatic, crunchy and melt in mouth cookies/ biscuits that are super easy to make because it is made with just 3 INGREDIENTS. Yes you heard it right! A very quick to make biscuit/cookie which involves only 5 minutes preparation time and 15 minutes to bake makes a good tea time snack. Also this recipe uses no special ingredients or any tools to prepare it making it a beginner friendly recipe too. So lets get to the making!
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eggless ghee cookies

Ingredients

  • Maida/ All purpose flour – 1 cup
  • Powdered sugar – ½ cup
  • Ghee – ½ cup


eggless ghee biscuits

Note


* 1 cup = 160 ml


eggless ghee cookies

How to make eggless ghee biscuits with step by step images


eggless ghee cookies

  1. In a blender add sugar and grind it into powder and keep it aside. (I used 1/2 cup of regular sugar from which i obtained i used 1/2 cup powdered sugar i reserved the remaining sugar for later use)
    ghee cookies
  2. In a bowl add maida/ all purpose flour, ½ cup powdered sugar and ghee.
    eggless ghee cookies
  3. Mix well and it will slowly form a soft dough.
    eggless ghee cookies
  4. Preheat oven at 350F/ 180C . Now pinch a small portion of cookie dough, make it into a ball and then flatten it gently and keep it aside. Repeat the process till all the cookie/ biscuit dough is complete.
    eggless ghee biscuits
  5. Place a butter paper/ wax paper/ parchment paper on a baking tray. Now place the flattened cookies one by one with enough spacing between each cookie.
    eggless ghee biscuits
  6. Place the baking tray in the oven and bake the cookies/ biscuits for 15 minutes or till cookies are done. When bottom turns light brown remove the biscuits from oven, place it on a cooling tray for it to cool down. When the biscuits have cooled serve them with tea/ coffee and store the remaining cookies in air tight container.
    eggless ghee biscuits

 

2 Comments

  1. Do you think if i replace maida with wheat flour, the biscuits would come out tasty?

     
    • Sandhya Riyaz

      Hi priya!
      The biscuits would become little crumbly and will taste different from the original one!

       

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