Showing posts from September, 2011

♥...Almond Sugee Cookies...♥

I suddenly felt like munching my most favourite biscuit...Sugee Cookies! Not wasting any time, I headed to the kitchen and started preparing. This time, I added some powdered almond into the mixture. There's nothing else I modified from my original recipe, except for additional sugar and ghee. See my original post on Sugee Cookies HERE.

You may also add chopped almond nuts.


Ingredients :~
2 cups wheat flour (sifted)1 1/4 cups caster sugar1/2 cup powdered almond7-8 tbsp ghee(room temperature)Method:~
Mix flour, powdered almond and sugar. Add ghee spoon by spoon and form a soft dough. Now, make balls and place them on baking tray, giving a little press with a fork. U may also use a cutter to make them into ur favourite shapes.Bake in a preheated oven at 150°C for 20 minutes. Leave it cool at room temperature. Done!

Btw, my Hubby reached home safely from Denmark yesterday and we'll be going for a holiday with our little ones for a week. So, …

♥...Eggless Cake Brownie and Awards...♥

Seeing you again on a beautiful Friday. This will mark my first post for the month of September. So sorry for not have visited your blogs lately...will try my best to make up as I'm pretty busy with other personal stuffs.

A thought to share my Eggless Cake Brownie made me return for awhile...;)

This basic brownie recipe is quite similar to myTriple Joy Brownies. Here, I've substituted eggs with buttermilk and baked a super moist eggless brownie. Not forgetting to mention that this is my second time baking it as my first attempt was a little disaster. The brownie broke into pieces while being tranferred from pan to rack. Yeah, I was not careful. But that did not stop us from enjoying the crumbed!



113gm butter125gm dark chocolate, chopped200gm fine granulated sugar ( add or less )1 cup buttermilk ( I used Paul's brand )50gm plain flour40gm dutch processed cocoa 1 tsp baking powderchopped walnuts
Method :~

Combine b…