Jeera Biscuit- Delicious Crisp Cumin flavored bakery style biscuits
Jeera biscuit are typical Indian bakery style biscuits,which are heavily flavored with the rich aroma of cumin and are sweet and salty in taste sooo different from the readily available sweet cookies popular now a days.
They taste great any time but are awesome with tea,so many childhood memories with these flavorful biscuits.These jeera biscuits are kept hidden in a big glass jar in my grand fathers personal almirah and at tea time he himself take out a plate full to distribute among all present at tea time and I often got some bonus biscuits .
The freshly baked jeera biscuits taste heavenly and you can also add some ajwain/carom seeds along with cumin seeds or can only use ajwain for a change of taste. Jeera biscuit Taste great both ways.
Then spread some cumin seeds over it
Roll to make a smooth medium thick chapati.
With a cookie cutter or a sharp lid cut into small biscuit,can use give any size and shape of your choice.
Spread a butter paper in the baking sheet and arrange biscuits over it .
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Jeera Biscuit Recipe ,Eggless Cumin Cookies
- 1+1/4 cup Refined Flour / Maida
- 1/4 cup Sugar / Chini
- 1/2 cup Butter, Unsalted / Makkhan
- 1 TBSP Cumin Seeds / Sabut Jeera
- 3/4 tsp Salt / Namak
- 1/2 tsp Baking Powder
- 1/4 tsp Baking Soda
- 2 tbsp approx Whole Milk / Doodh
- Grind sugar to make a fine powder .
- Roast 3/4 tbsp cumin in micro for 1 minute
- Sieve refined flour,salt,baking powder and baking soda and keep aside.
- Preheat the oven on 150 degree temp.
- Take a big bowl and add soft butter (at room temp) and sugar and mix it well to make a smooth cream.
- Then add the roasted cumin and the flour mixture in thew butter and mix properly
- Add some milk in the mixture to make it in a dough.
- Now make a ball from the dough(I made 3 balls).
- Put a butter paper or polythene sheet on a flat surface.
- Roll to make a smooth medium thick chapati.
- Cut into round or any shape
- Spread a butter paper in the baking sheet and arrange biscuits over it .
- Keep the tray in the oven in the middle rack with both the rod on.
- Bake for about 15-20 minutes,large gas oven may take some extra time ,do keep a watch after 12 minutes as each oven have little different setting .
- When biscuit become light golden in colour,remove from the oven
- Let the biscuit cool down completely
- Store in a airtight jar.
Can we use amul.butter n reduce or skip the salt. Also sugar used here is regular sugar or powder sugar
Yes you can use amul butter and skip the salt. Powdered sugar should be used in these biscuits
Can we use oil in place of butter.
Never tried using oil ,but butter is always preferred in these biscuits
I used vegetable oil today and it came out very well.
we can store the dough in the fridge
I have never tried
Tried many recipes but this is the best.
Veena Theagarajan says
so flavourful biscuit.. Love it
Hema Srivastava says
tasty biscuit with tea