Whole Wheat Cookies without Oven: Yes you are reading right. This recipe doesn’t need an Oven. So anyone can try his/her hands on this recipe. You have time until March 31, 2018, to try this recipe and share in the group with all the mentioned hashtags. On 1st April, I will be live in the group to answer all your queries related to this recipe. So keep baking, Keep sharing 🙂
120 gm Whole Wheat Flour
70 gm Clarified Butter (Ghee)/ Unsalted butter
80 gm Organic Sugar Powdered
1/2 tsp Baking Powder
2 tbs Milk
30 gm Tutti Frutti
☑️Prep Time 10 minutes
☑️Cook Time 30 minutes
☑️Passive Time 30 minutes
☑️Servings 25 Cookies
Mix the whole wheat flour, sugar, baking powder in a bowl. Add clarified butter (ghee)
Mix everything to get a breadcrumb like texture. Add tutti fruity and milk to bind the dough.
Keep the dough in the refrigerator covered with a cling wrap for 30 minutes.
After 30 minutes take the dough out of the refrigerator. Roll the dough into a sheet of thickness ¼ inch.
Using a cookie cutter, cut the cookies out of it and place these on greased idli moulds.
Meanwhile, preheat the idli cooker with salt as a base.
Now place the stand, loaded with cookies, in idli cooker and cover with lid.
Let it bake for 25-30 minutes on a medium to low flame.
When edges turn golden, turn off the flame and keep the cookies on a wired rack to cool down.
The healthy, delicious Cookies are ready.
Do not knead the dough else it will develop gluten that will result in soft and chewy cookies.
You can use Clarified butter (ghee) or unsalted butter for this recipe.
After kneading resting the dough in a refrigerator helps to get crunchy cookies.
Any change of ingredient or its measurement can change the final result.
To bake these cookies in an oven, preheat the oven to 160 °C and bake the cookies at the same temperature for 18 minutes.
I have an idli maker with 5 trays. To avoid burning off the cookies, I have only used to top 4 trays.
I have used 1 kg of regular cooking salt to make the base in the idli maker.
The salt can be reused multiple times, hence you can store it.
Butter should be cold.
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