Rose Cookies

From childhood onwards Rose Cookies were my favourite. We make huge batches of it for Christmas every year.Its actually a very simple recipe but needs practise to get it perfect but once you have mastered the art it gets easy .the Ingredients are available easily at home.
 Ingredients:
250 gms Maida

125gms rice flour
 160 gms sugar
3 eggs
Milk of 1  medium coconut
1.5 tsp vanilla extract
1 tsp baking powder
 oil to deep fry

Method:
Mix the flours with baking powder and a pinch of salt.

Put the grated coconut in hot water and extract the coconut milk.

Beat eggs mix in extract and sugar till the sugar is melted .

Add the flour and mix well to a thick batter.

Heat oil in a kadhai ,once the oil is hot enough dip the mould in the oil.

Then dip the mould in the batter just dip it 3/4th or else the mould will fully be covered with the batter.

Wait for few seconds then shake the mould the cookie will leave the mould fry the cookies on both sides .

Repeat the process until the batter is over.

Store the rose cookies in airtight container.





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19 comments:

  1. These cookies look so cute :) would be even nicer to eat them when they are such nice shape :)

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  2. Cute cookies... really it looks awesome...

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  3. Oh yes, brings back childhood memories and its a must for sure for the festival of lights. I've never made and now I'm definitely tempted. I love its crispiness and you certainly have delivered the same.

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  4. Looks awesome... Perfect shapes!!! I love these dipped with chocolate sauce

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  5. The cookies look so good...love the cute shapes and lovely clicks!

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  6. o woooowww.. u r so innovative dear :) quite impressive cookies

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  7. fabulous cookies,too tempting!!

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  8. These are my favourites..My neighbour aunty used to make this for Christmas and bring a share to us too..Lovely clicks..

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  9. Christmas in August? Oh those memories. Loved it always.

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  10. This so inviting cookies....... Love the butterfly shape !!

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  11. Omg, wish i could make these beauties as much as prefect like u. Very addictive cookies.

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  12. Cute cookies...loved the shapes..

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  13. These are my favorites, love them.. looks delicious..

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  14. Cripsy and delicious cookies...

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  15. Looks similar to achu murukku,not sure if these both are same,lovely preparaton

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  16. Ah! What a sightt :) Kids wil love this !! Thanku for linking these to my event Back to School Lunch Ideas

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