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Monday, September 12, 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.



ALMOND SUGEE COOKIES (BISKUT SUJI BADAM)

Ingredients :~
  • 2 cups wheat flour (sifted)
  • 1 1/4 cups caster sugar
  • 1/2 cup powdered almond
  • 7-8 tbsp ghee(room temperature)
Method:~
  1. Mix flour, powdered almond and sugar. Add ghee spoon by spoon and form a soft dough.
  2. 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.
  3. Bake in a preheated oven at 150°C for 20 minutes. Leave it cool at room temperature. Done!





 

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71 comments :

  1. Looks awesome. I thought sugee referred to semolina cookies. Is that correct?

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  2. nmpk mcm german cookies! ^^ wahh.. happy holiday love. bestnyer gi jalan2 =)

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  3. Hi Love,
    Morning and Happy Holidays....

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  4. Hi Love, this entry gives me an idea for Diwali cookies. This will be my first cookies in my entire life...LOL :) Hopefully it turns out well! Btw, happy holiday. The toughest job in the world is being a homemaker. Sometimes I feel like goin cuckoo managing things only on Sat & Sun...u deserve a break dear..(hugs)

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  5. Hi Love
    Cookies look simply heavenly. Thanks a lot for sharing this wonderful recipe with us.

    Deepa
    Hamaree Rasoi

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  6. Looks so good with these lovely pics ..fab dear

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  7. This is my ever favorite..and it just melt in ur mouth. Lovely pictures and serious i am drooling .

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  8. Hai Love.Depavaali is coming, as well as all the cookies recipes line up to be taken out from the file right???looking forward to see more cookies recipes ya.

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  9. love.. nak tanya wheat flour tu.. tepung gandum biasa atau yang tepung gandum perang tu? nampak sedap tu.. terasa nak mencube. bahan2 pun simple

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  10. wow this is so simple and delish looking!bookmarked.I tried the devils food chocolate cake(minus the creamcheese) and it was awesome.Thanks,have a great time on ur holiday.

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  11. Delicious :) Amazing pics. Loving the red background :)

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  12. ting tong.. datang nak beraya.. eh... rumah love ada kukis ek.. kukis raya ke ni love.. hehe best tu sugee cookies.. cair dlm mulut kan

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  13. These cookies looks so pretty and deliciuos! I'd like to have one right now. The teaspoon with the smiley is too cute :) Bye, have a great week

    P.S. I like the new look of your blog :)

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  14. rajinnya love ngukis..
    nampak sedapp la...

    sudu tu..
    cantik la..

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  15. Izah...wheat flour / plain flour = tpg gandum. ;)

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  16. Looks like melt in mouth kind of cookies,lovely!

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  17. I too love sugee cookies very much..very easy to prepare..the addition of almonds enhances the taste..I always add either almonds,groundnuts or cashew when i prepare this.. ur sugee looks like the german cookies. wonderfully decorated and captures the true taste of it.. love it..

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  18. Feel like popping one in my mouth. Melt in the mouth.

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  19. wow sure it melts in every one mouth,clicks are awesome as usual...

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  20. Hi dear,
    i remember this cookies.. I love it too especially with the distinct ghee taste. I never tried ones with almond flour in it. must be good to :)

    Have a great holidays dear. Seronok kan si dia dah balik..Take care! :D

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  21. Wow ! Kak Tie suka makan biskut suji ni... nak sikit boleh??

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  22. Scrumptious and addictive cookies,fabulous!

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  23. Woww.. looks super perfect and tempting.. Love the presentation too.. awesome job dear :)
    Indian Cuisine

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  24. Super gorgeous cookies dear...absolutely fell in love with all shots. Enjoy your holidays.

    San

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  25. Picture perfect cookies n the clicks are STUNNING!!
    USMasala

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  26. Can melt in the mouth....I like!

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  27. Wahhh.. so comel lah cookies you Love.. Yummy...

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  28. picture perfect and fabulous dear...send one parcel to me..

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  29. easy simple and awesome try it soon
    new look of blog is super

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  30. simply PERFECT & DIVINE!!! love it

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  31. love.. almond dah tentunya sedap..:) bentuk pun menarik

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  32. delicious and very tempting cookies..

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  33. simple n sweet. love it

    Thanks for sharing
    Umi

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  34. Beautiful cookies! I made similar one last weekend but used saffron sans almonds :)

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  35. have a great time dear...cookies look fab

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  36. It's been ages since I had sugee biscuits. I have been looking for one and may try yours real soon. I also have some ghee that needs to be used up...perfect! Have a lovely weekend!

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  37. Nice...have a safe and wonderful holiday!

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  38. hai love..senang ajer nak buat kukis ni..nanti boleh akak mencubanya

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  39. hi love2cook, hope you have and family had a great holiday..you have 2 very cute kids here and the sugee cookies look very fresh and yummy.
    i guess they must be soft as well.
    o ya let me compliment you on the music too (lady singer)

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  40. hi, may i ask, wheat flour n sugee flour, is it the same type flour?

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  41. Yummy cookies..awesome clicks too!
    Hi dear,
    I have changed my blog's name from TASTY TREAT to ERIVUM PULIYUM
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    Please unfollow the previous URL and follow me on my present URL for my latest updates for your valued suggestions and comments on my post !!Hope you will cooperate..
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  42. Ma'chiks ~> Wheat flour/ plain flour = tepung gandum

    I used tpg gandum je for this cookies ;)

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  43. Maravillosas galletas espectaculares lucen deliciosas,abrazos grandes,hugs.

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  44. These cookies look divine!! Have a safe and restful trip ;)

    http://ladyonaroof.blogspot.com/

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  45. Love the presentation...the cookies looks so cute....great combi with Tea.

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  46. yenjai ur holidays....hv fun ya

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  47. This is the easiest cookie recipe i hv ever seen.. that too with minimal ingredients..kudos.. clicks really tempt me to try them soon :). just wanted to ask abt the flour - is it wheat or plain flour ?

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  48. Hi Love, how's life? Waaaaa sugee cookies...i liiiikkeee...melt in mouth right? How's your preparation for Deepavali, may you have a great days ahead dear!

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  49. fuyo....menitik bl tgk...xdpt rasa lg tuuu..
    insyaAllah, lps ni leh try wat utk husband lak...
    kak, singgah r kat blog sy...klu sudi, jd r follower sy...wsslm
    http://qasehmuslimah-munirah.blogspot.com

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  50. Wow.Looks delicious and tempting.Will definetly try this

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  51. where are you...??? it's been more than a month. hibernating ke,lamanya...
    cant wait for you to make a comeback...lizabassam

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  52. Lizabassam ~> Will be back soon when time permits...hehe! Sorry to keep you waiting :)

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  53. perfect cookies, impeccable presentation :) LOVE!

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  54. Hi Love. Misss you....! Just drop by to wish Happy Deevali to you & family!

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  55. hi love.. rindu kat u dear... wah comelnya cookies tu... nampak pun dah tau sedap...

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  56. Wow Kak Love, the best sugee cookies I have seen so far! If only I can taste it:D

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  57. Hi tried the cookie, saw in another blog to cream ghee with sugar. Creamed till light and fluffy, but cookie turned out a bit hard. Will try yours soon. Regards. TN

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  58. Nice presentation.Levely clicks.

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  59. hi, can i replace ghee with butter?

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    1. Hi Anon, I never tried these cookies with butter before. You may try with soften butter...don't melt it. Do let me know if you've tried it :)

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  60. Hi

    Can I replace wheat flour with plain flour?

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    1. Hi Jasmine, I never tried with plain flour...only wheat flour (tepung gandum).

      You may try half the recipe first. Thanks :)

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