GUD PAARE/JAGGERY BISCUITS
I planned to make these jaggery biscuits for evening snacks. In my in-laws these biscuits are made on GURU POORAB. These are fried in mustered oil. I like them very much so though to make again for snacks. Before entering to the blogging world i always used jaggery directly for any dish, then i came to know that it is always batter to melt and sieve it before use. Now i know how much dirt is in it. So friends if you are also new like me please Always melt and sieve your jeggary before use. You can give it to your kids in spite of bakery biscuits. You can keep them in air tight jar for one week, but after one day it become soft, but taste would remain same. So try them and tell me their reviews. So here is Jeggary Biscuits.
Jaggery (Gud) - 250 gm (or 3 medium size ball)
Wheat Flour - 2 cups
Saunf/fennel seeds - 2 tsp
Water - 2 cups
Mustered Oil - for frying + 1tbsp
Take your ingradients
Heat water in a vessel
Add Jaggery and melt if properly
Now sieve this melted jaggery
Can you see the dirt in sieve
Now take wheat flour in a wide bowl
Add 1 tbsp oil in it and mix it properly with your hands
Now add Saunf
Pour melted Jaggery in it and make a dough out of it
Take a big ping pong size ball out of the dough and roll it
Cut in your desire shapes with knife or cookie cutter
Now heat oil
fry your cookies and Drain on kitchen towel
READY TO SERVE
Cool them completely and store in tight jar
Linking it to Jagruti's s event Know Your Sweetness - Jaggery guest host by Archanahttp://tangymind.blogspot.co.uk/2012/07/announcing-know-your-natural-sweetness.html
ending to Jagruti's event Celebrating Monsoon of India
Senidng to Kalyani's event http://www.sizzlingtastebuds.com/2012/08/desi-videsi-food-fest-new-event.html
- You can use any vegetable oil for frying, in my family this is fried in mustered oil.
- You can add sesame seeds, i like only fennel seeds.
- After one day they will not remain crispy but taste will be same for a long time.
HOPE YOU WILL LIKE IT