Thursday, December 1, 2011

Chilli Ajwain Biscuits - No Sweet !


             Today's recipe is Chili Ajwain Biscuits - No Sweet, few weeks back i saw this recipe from Priya's blog and tried it as we love savory/spicy snacks. I recreated her recipe to my taste and we all enjoyed this spicy ajwain flavored biscuits. Thank you Priya for sharing this lovely snack, friends do try this at your home and let me know how it turned out to you. Now to the recipe...


         
Ingredients
  1. Wheat Flour    3/4 cup
  2. All Purpose Flour   1/4 cup
  3. Chili Powder     1 tsp
  4. Cumin seeds   1/2 tsp
  5. Sesame seeds   1/2 tsp
  6. Parsley flakes   1 tsp
  7. Flax seeds    1 tsp(i used milled flax seeds)
  8. Salt    1/2 tsp or to taste
  9. Olive Oil     1 and 1/2 tbsp
  10. Yogurt/curd    1 tbsp
  11. Water   as needed
Method
  • Preheat oven to 350 degree Fahrenheit.
  • Line your baking tray with parchment paper and keep ready.
  • Take a mixing bowl, add all the ingredients one by one from "wheat flour to salt ", mix everything well.
  • Then add yogurt and mix well, and add olive oil and mix well and using water knead it to stiff n smooth dough.
  • Now divide the dough in to two halves and take one half on a lightly floured surface, roll it to a 1/4" thick circle and cut to desired shape using cookie cutter or simply using a rim of the bottle cap.Prick the cut out dough with a fork.
  • Then arrange the cut biscuits in to the already lined tray, do repeat the same for the other half of the dough.
  • And bake it for 15-20 minutes or until it turns light golden brown n crisp.


34 comments:

  1. flavourful and yummy biscuits, i always go for the savory and spicy stuff..bookmarked this Sangee.

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  2. Thats so nice of u Sangee,thanks for trying,just love the colour of ur biscuits,these biscuits are quite addictive na..

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  3. Yummy biscuits! Never tasted/liked ajwain flavor! You didn't add it looks like..then I am on for it! ;)

    Reg. eno replacer, I don't think lemon juice will work. Instead use baking soda! Menaga(sashiga) has posted the recipe with baking soda! try it n lemme know! :)

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  4. yummy and tasty cookies luv the flavor of omam.

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  5. Love these biscuits - look fab, Sangee :)

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  6. so easy to make, loved the taste too

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  7. wow... delicious and flavourful biscuits... would definitely give this a try..

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  8. delicious to snack on specially for tea time

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  9. love your savory and spicy looking biscuits
    LifeScoops

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  10. Great change from the usual sweet cookies..perfect with some tea!

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  11. I prefer these over the sweet ones.hLovely.

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  12. Lovely bake..wanna have them now :)

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  13. Flavourful and awesome combination biscuits

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  14. very yummy biscuits...nice n flavorful

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  15. Looks crunchy and delicious... love the flavours!

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  16. Hi Sangee, its a must try for me...i am just wondering if i use only plain flour...instead of wheat flour & plain flour combination...

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  17. Biscuits look super yum..:) Lovely bites..
    Reva

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  18. i can smell dat from here....love the flavours

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  19. Super addictive & aromatic biscuits!!!
    Prathima Rao
    Prats Corner

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  20. Flavorfilled and super Good Cookies.Luv it

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  21. My choice will go first for spicy version cookies first. Love it sangee. Just came to know that you are hosting baking event. Today I posted some baking recipe only. Will link it now.

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  22. Thank you all for your lovely comment..all the credit goes to Priya, i just recreated it..so a very special thanks to my friend Priya :)
    @ Uma...yes,please do link it to my event and expecting some more baked goodies from you :) thank you!!!

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  23. Thts looks like a perfect platter ...lovely chutney with yummy crispy dosa:)

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  24. Lovely recipe, I tried and loved every bit of it. However, I would like to call out that this is not really ajwain biscuit, it's jeera biscuit. Ajwain is ova or celery seed. Nevertheless, we all enjoyed the jeera-til crackers =)

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  25. HI
    I tried this delicious biscuit...and i must say..it was very yummy.
    You can see it here http://www.veenasvegnation.com/2013/08/crunchy-carom-seeds-crackers.html
    Thanks for the wonderful recipe

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    1. this is such a super healthy n yummy snack..Thanks for sharing your feedback.

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  26. This looks like a wonderful recipe... Can it be made in a pressure cooker with salt base as I don't have an oven?

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    1. Sorry.,I haven't tried in pressure cooker. You can try with half or 1/4 of the recipe and see!

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  27. Hi...I loved ur recipe and eagerly waiting to try it out...I have one doubt, can i use only wheat flour instead of the combination of wheat and maida. I also loved ur idea of adding flax seeds and parsely...very healthy and super idea...thank you and all the best with new ideas:-)

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  28. Dear Sangeetha, I just went thru another site (holistic nutrition) where they say baking with ground flax seeds is wasteful since the omega 3 fatty acid is quite unstable to heat, air, and light - it causes to produce free radicals which is harmful to our bodies. So, don't you think it is better to quit flax seed during baking. Just wanted to share this information. Thank you and all the best with new ideas

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