As much as I enjoy a good old recipe to make from scratch I also enjoy quick recipes. What can I say, I love instant gratification just like any one else. My son, who can eat cookie as a meal was so excited that I was able to make him one in one minute. I don’t buy cookies from the store anymore, I make a large batch of cookies from scratch and freeze leftovers, if Want to know more about this recipe?
Dhalia Biscuits otherwise known as Kuih Semperit in Malay language is a basic butter cookies but shaped like a flower. These cookies are widely popular during festive seasons like Chinese New Year, Aidil Fitri, Diwali or Christmas in Malaysia. The cookies very much resemble butter cookies in taste and I was totally drawn to these cookies just with one look. There was one another factor that made this cookie so interesting to make is the Want to know more about this recipe?
“Sometimes you will never know the true value of a moment until it becomes a memory.”–(unknown) I have one such memory from my childhood. My mom used to travel about 17km each way to work and so were my brother and me. On many days my mom used to surprise us with treats from a local bakery near her work and we used to fight for the Japanese cake, I can really imagine the taste Want to know more about this recipe?
Macaroons are made either with ground almond or with coconut. They are often in circular shape and can be easily confused with the French confection ‘Macaron’. Even though the ingredients in both ‘Macaroons’ and ‘Macaron’ are very similar they are widely different from one another and each stand with its head held high providing a wonderful dessert with its own sweetness and taste. The name ‘Macaroons’ comes from Italian maccarone or maccherone meaning “paste” referring Want to know more about this recipe?
A very simple cookie with Scottish origin that has basic ingredients without any fancy hoola loopa that you need to master in order to make them. Many a times we overlook simple things and over complicate unnecessarily and try to twist ourselves into a pretzel without a clue of where to begin or end. So lets take a step back unwind and try to break down our actions into simple steps and appreciate anything and Want to know more about this recipe?
This is a basic cookie recipe in two different flavors chocolate and vanilla rolled into swirls resembling a pinwheel. The swirl pattern is so memorizing that it took me few minutes to stare at them after I took them out of the oven. I had to rush the cookies to be stored in an airtight container and up in the top shelf from my reaching hands. I’m all for baked goods and sometimes my rationale Want to know more about this recipe?
“I like it that order exists somewhere even if it shatters near me.” — Elizabeth Moon, The Speed of Dark I’m far from organized and any resemblance of pattern and monotony is boring to me but there’s something about patterns that’s mesmerizing to look, isn’t it? If you give me two colors and ask me if I would like to create my own pattern or order them as per a pre-notioned list I would definitely Want to know more about this recipe?
These cute cookies hail from Italy and the name is synonymous to the town of Saint Vincent in Valle d’ Aosta, a small mountainous region of North Western Italy. I love to cook recipes or food that are unique to a particular region which provides a slight insight about their tastes in particular. I was wrong with my assumption that breads were the one that needed yeast but this cookie made it to my list Want to know more about this recipe?
I’ve been dreaming about chocolate for quite sometime and the more I put off giving into my craving, the crazier I got and started hallucinating about chocolate in anything and everything. I pulled the final straw when I was browsing Roxanne’s Blog and couldn’t stop myself from making this recipe. A dream come true for any chocolate lover and with just one bite of these cookies I was in heaven. I was drowned with this Want to know more about this recipe?
Nankhattais are famously known as Indian cookies with simple ingredients but the results are mind-blowing. Before I started my blog, I made Nankhattai with sooji or semolina and I somehow didn’t like the taste. Like they say, “Once bitten twice shy” I refused to try Nankhattai until I heard from a friend about this recipe which didn’t use sooji and she swore that they’ll meet every conditions of melt in your mouth crispy cookies. After Want to know more about this recipe?