Wednesday, November 9, 2011

Spicy Ajwain Biscuits

Its too cold here, i feel like munching something spicy for our today's snacks and prepared immediately this wonderful looking spicy ajwain biscuits and enjoyed with a cup of tea..They were excellent and quite addictive and totally guilt free..These biscuits tastes almost exactly like Iyengar bakery's khara biscuits, but i totally skipped butter usually used in khara biscuits and i replaced it with olive oil..I can definitely say that these biscuits have a fabulous ajwain flavour and while baking, the aroma of this biscuits was absolutely divine, i couldnt stopped munching them..



1cup All purpose flour
1cup Whole wheat flour
3tbsp Olive oil
1tsp Red chilly flakes
1tsp Dry parsley leaves
1tsp Ajwain seeds
1/4tsp Flax seeds
1/2tsp Sesame seeds
1tsp Salt
3tbsp Yogurt

Preheat the oven to 350F, line baking sheets over a baking tray and keep aside...In a bowl, take the flours,salt,red chilly flakes,dry parsley leaves,ajwain seeds,flax seeds,sesame seeds and keep aside, add the yogurt,olive oil and water,mix well and turn everything as a stiff dough..

Roll the dough as a thick disc, cut the dough with a cookie cutter and place them over the already prepared baking sheets and bake for 20-25minutes, let it cool completely..

Enjoy with a cup of tea..

57 comments:

  1. Wow!,Perfectly baked Oma biscuits Dear.Luks super delicious.Can feel the taste of it.Thanks for sharing.

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  2. Greattt biscuits, looks tempting.

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  3. Nice recipe. I like it because it is savory version. Can you please tell me in which section of supermarket the flax seeds is available?

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  4. lovely biscuits, very flavourful and yummy too..

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  5. Going to try this right away...looks crunchy n yummy,love this savory biscuits !!!

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  6. that's a great munching cookie there!!

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  7. @Unknown, u may need 2-3tbsp of water..hope this helps.

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  8. Ajwain biscuits looks very tempting. I can munch on these non stop :)

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  9. Like savory biscuit- probably great for Holiday time!

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  10. I wish I could join you for a cup of tea and get some of these yummy biscuits :)

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  11. hey..Priya, I was planning to bake a ajwain biscuit for long, and now you have posted it, I am gonna bake it soon. Loved the flavour

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  12. They look highly addictive n delicious!
    USMasala

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  13. These look so very addictive. Got to make it soon.

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  14. Lovely egg free savoury biscuits, might tempt us to buy a small oven while here in Msyore for 2 more months!

    Theresa

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  15. biscuits look delicious and crunchy.. perfectly baked..

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  16. Send some to me Priya, love to have it with some hot cup of tea.

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  17. Mmm...Nice biscuits! They're awesome! I'd love to munch them!

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  18. Priya,i made these over the weekend too! loved your cute round shaped ones!

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  19. Very crispy and crunchy looking delicious biscuits.

    Deepa
    Hamaree Rasoi

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  20. I think i'm in the same mood! So I'll be making these for sure!

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  21. I might even add some black mustard seeds.

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  22. very crispy and mouth-watering onion biscuits Priya:)

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  23. Crisp biscuits. Perfect snack with tea.

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  24. perfectly made .. i cant wait to munch these..

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  25. very delicious biscuits..looks superb

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  26. Ajwain n spices ...that's perfect combo ..looks yum

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  27. Lovely and crunchy biscuits.. looks perfect dear :)
    Indian Cuisine

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  28. A perfect tea time snack!!!
    Prathima Rao
    Prats Corner

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  29. I love savory biscuits and loved your version .I am bookmarking this.

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  30. Awesome biscuits. Love these. Bookmarked.

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  31. Very inviting and irresistible biscuits

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  32. looks very tempting ..feels like munching some of them right now ;-D..hugs and smiles

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  33. thats indeed yummy. nice variation of olive oil instead of butter.

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  34. Aromatic and flavourful biscuits..

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  35. I love savory biscuits... will give this a try....

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  36. yummy yummy..Delicious..Thanks for the recipe dear

    my blog
    http://yummytummy-aarthi.blogspot.com/

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  37. Delicious biscuits and love that it is the savory kind :-)

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  38. perfect guilt free snack to munch on for the cold evenings :)

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  39. Looks and sounds awesome, I always love ajwain in biscuits!

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  40. I sure could eat the entire batch of those crunchy, yummy biscuits!

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  41. Perfectly baked, crunchy, yummy and tasty biscuits. I can have it any time.

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  42. awesome! the recipe looks simple and sumptuous- would definitely try it! bookmarked :)

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  43. The water is just to bring the dough together I assume.

    Looks yummy. After clearing my kitchen of yesterdays party dishes will try this out. Thansk.
    Hosting an event which I am calling Back to our Roots Also hosting for Nov’11 Veggie Food for the Month_Raw Banana. Please do send me your entries.

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  44. Hi Priya
    Tried n enjoyed this savory flavor rich biscuits...it tasted like the one we get from the bakery,will post it soon in my blog :) Thank you so much!!

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  45. The biscuits look great and I love the flavour of ajwain.

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