Thursday, September 25, 2008

Ragi N Silken Tofu Cookies/ Vegan Ragi Cookies

I never tried cookies with silken tofu till today....today i tried it out with ragi n silken tofu as cookie..they turned out awesome, no words to say how they tastes, really they wer divine..Real Feast for Vegan Lovers..a protein packed baked cookies for everyone...


1/2cup Ragi flour
1cup Maida flour
2Tbsp Roasted Rava
1/2cup Silken Tofu
1/2cup Powder Sugar
1/4tsp Baking soda
1/2cup Vegetable Shortening
1tsp Cardamom powder
1/4cup Almond n Cashew nuts

Mix the vegetable shortening n powder sugar using a cake mixer, beat slowly until they turns creamy, add the maida flour, ragi flour, silken tofu, baking soda,roasted rava n the nuts to the creamy sugar n vegetable shortening, mix slowly until they turns smooth dough..dont add water at all..


Take a small ball from the smooth dough n flatten them in ur palm n press with a fork, meanwhile preheat the oven set it for 350F..arrange the unbaked cookies in a parchement paper , place the parchement paper in the middle rack of the oven n cook for 30minutes..

Tasty n Healthy Cookies !!!!

19 comments:

Vaishali said... Reply To This Comment

Priya, these are just perfect. I love the use of ragi flour which is so unusual. Thanks for such an inspiring and unique recipe. My email, by the way, is vaishalihonawar@gmail.com. But if you have trouble sending it, don't worry, I'll pick it from your page.

Madhuram said... Reply To This Comment

Thank you very much Priya for such an interesting recipe. I have never tried baking with ragi flour. I'll also try it once.

miss v said... Reply To This Comment

looks awesome. thanks for the recipe!

Divya Vikram said... Reply To This Comment

They look delicious..You can send this to the diet event going on in my blog if u like..

Priya said... Reply To This Comment

Hi Vaishali...thanks for ur comments, yea will send it correctly..

Hi Madhuram..glad to see ur comments n thanks for ur comments...

MissV..glad u liked these cookies


Thanks divya for ur comments, sure will send u..

name said... Reply To This Comment

nalla irukku priya, annupi vidunga & i voted for u for cabbage.....

Priya said... Reply To This Comment

Hi Name..thanks, sureaa anup viduren, also thanks for voting...

viji said... Reply To This Comment

iyyo priya vijinu adika namenu adichiten athu ennoda comment than.I just wanted to add ur blog in to mine but itz giving wrong link so i deleted.I copied & pasted it. ippa vanthu irukka parunga athu polathan vanthathu & mahanadiyum appdithan coming. ulla poi pakkanum enna probesnu

Priya said... Reply To This Comment

Viji thanks, now its working.

arthi selva said... Reply To This Comment

hey priya, i have been waiting some recipes with silken tofu....will try soon

Priya said... Reply To This Comment

Arthi, honestly i tried it out these cookies coz of ur doubt, teriyuma..hehe, really they were awesome..

arthi selva said... Reply To This Comment

mmm..Thanks a lot Priya...
Definiteah try pananum.. pictures and instructions are very clear.. keep going

arthi selva said... Reply To This Comment

Priya, What is Vegetable Shortening? Can we do this cookies with out that? any ragi fluor is ok? or any special kind we need? Pls clear soon.. this pics are tempting me a lot Priya

Priya said... Reply To This Comment

Arthi vegetable shortening is an artifical butter made from vegetable oil, as this recipe is vegan, i used vegetable shortening, u can replace them well with butter(room temperature), its a must coz they will turn the cookies soft,i didnt used any spl ragi flour in this recipe,u can try with usual ragi flour..hope this helps...happy baking Arthi..

Vibaas said... Reply To This Comment

Priya, you won't believe how much excited i got on seeing this recipe at the roundup. This looks so much like the cookies that my grandpa used to buy for me when i was a kid and just few days back i remembered that and was thinking where on earth will i find those cookies again. Thank you so much for bringing back my memories and the recipe :)

Priya said... Reply To This Comment

Wow vibaas, its really a great pleasure to know this...can guess how much sweet those memories..

Madhuram said... Reply To This Comment

Ahh! I remember these very well. This was the first entry from you for the egg replacement event I had started then.

Umm Razeen said... Reply To This Comment

hai Priya, What an marvelous idea of combining ragi n tofu. Will surely try it out

Nithya Naveen said... Reply To This Comment

Thanks for wonderful recipe akka.. Will surely give it a try..