May 28, 2016

Sweet Maida Biscuits...

Maida biscuits are a fun snack for kids. Pull in a few ingredients and you are good to go. Make and store them in an airtight container and the kids can pick a handful whenever they want to. They would love to munch on these small biscuits. Its is very easy to make except that it takes a lot of time for frying

Serves... can be stored for about a week
Serve option... Room temperature

This is what u'll need....

Maida - 1 cup
Cornflour - 1/2 tspn
Powdered Sugar - 3 tbspn
Oil for dough - 1 tbspn
Oil for frying

Here is the stir....

    • Mix flour, corn flour and powdered sugar into a bowl
    • Add a tablespoon of oil
    • Use little water and mix it all together. Knead it into a stiff dough
    • Take some dough and make it into a small round. Dust the working surface with flour and place the dough on it
    • Roll out the dough into a thick chapathi
    • Use a bottle cap to cut out the shapes
    • Heat oil in a pan
    • Put the cut biscuits into the oil in small batches and cook in on medium flame
    • Fry it on medium flame until golden
    • When done scoop them out and drain on paper towels
    • When it comes to room temperature transfer it to an airtight container
    • Leave it to the kids to enjoy whenever they want to 

    • Adding cornflour gives it a nice crunch
    • Adjust sugar to suit your taste
    • Fry it on medium flame. If the flame is on low, biscuits may take in too much oil. If the oil is too hot, they brown very fast

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