Wednesday, April 22, 2015

Karachi Biscuits - Eggless Tutti Frutti Biscuits

Karachi biscuits, these biscuits are quite famous in Hyderabad that too from Karachi bakery at Hyderabad. This bakery is well known for its signature rich biscuits like this tutti frutti butter biscuits, osmania biscuits etc which just melt in your mouth. These biscuits are loaded with tutti frutti chunks and cashews, which makes this biscuits more delicious,fruity and nutty at the same time. These biscuits are divinely delicious and obviously very addictive that once you bake this biscuits you wont stop munching them yourself. This biscuits was in to do list since a long and one fine day i tried them at home,trust me they came out absolutely fabulous.Sending to Srivalli's Anniversary Mela.

Karachi biscuits



As am busy with my personnal stuffs, am baking only during weekends and i baked these cuties few weeks back as my sweet tooth craved for something buttery and sweet. These biscuits came out extremely prefect and they just melted in our mouth, needless to say even my younger one enjoyed thoroughly these dangerously addictive eventhough tutti frutti arent his favourite. If you want to please anyone with some incredible biscuits, then you should give a try to this gorgeous nuts and tutti frutti loaded biscuits without any fail. As am running a month of blogging marathon, these karachi biscuits are going to be part of this event as we are posting dishes under baking as theme.

Karachi Biscuits

175 grs Butter (Unsalted, at room temperature)
3/4 cup Icing Sugar 
1+1/2cups All purpose flour
1/4tsp Baking powder 
1/4tsp Salt 
1tbsp Orange zest 
1/8cup Fresh orange juice 
1/2tsp Vanilla extract 
1/4cup Tutti fuiti 
1/2cup Cashew nuts (Broken)

Whisk flour, baking pwder, salt and orange zest together.Add tutti-frutti and cashew nuts to the dry ingredients and mix well, let them get fully coated with the flour. 

Beat the butter, icing sugar and beat it until it soft and creamy.Add vanilla essence, fresh orange juice and beat for a minute at medium speed 

Fold in the dry ingredients and mix till everything is well incorporated.

 Make sure not to over mix or beat until a soft and creamy dough will be formed.

Transfer the dough to a cling film and shape it in the form of a log and wrap it with the cling film 

Arrange it in fridge for 3 to 4 hours or in freezer for an hour.

Hyderabadi Karachi biscuits


Pre-heat the oven to 350F and line a baking tray with baking sheet.

Once the dough is firm, cut them into medium pieces and place them on the baking tray with enough space in between.

Bake in the pre-heated oven for 15-20 minutes, till the sides of the biscuits are lightly brown. 

Cool them on a wire rack and store it in an air-tight container.

22 comments:

  1. Colorful and delicious looking cookies.

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  2. Priya the cookies look amazing and the orange in the recipe reminded of the oreillettes you told me about.
    I made them over the weekend and it was hit in my son's class. Thank you once again for the recipe.

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  3. These are my favorite cookies from Karachi bakery. Your biscuits have turned out good

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  4. I always call for these from Hyderabad but from now on will bake at home . Super duper biscuits!

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  5. yummy treat reminded me of my childhood

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  6. oh they are so irresistible... looks so yummy!!

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  7. These cookies look so festive and colourful Priya..very nicely done!

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  8. Parcel please :) I love to have cookies with tutti fruity, It looks so cute and tempting.

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  9. Tutti fruttis are a great addition. good ones

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  10. so crispy and tasty cookies.. I never tasted this before but for sure these are very tempting

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  11. They look perfect.. Slurp... boy! I cannot believe this can be baked at home

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  12. The color on your baked dishes is always so attractive. These look so colorful.

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  13. Colorful looking melt in mouth cookies..

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  14. The cookies are my personal fav. Love the orange juice twist in the cookies.

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  15. Oh my goodness! cookies looks so colorful and yummy!! Pass me some Priya!

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  16. So many of you have tried these biscuits for marathon and tempting me to try. Cookies look so colourful and delicious...

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  17. These are absolutely gorgeous and so tempting!

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  18. Colorful cookies another popular recipe this BM!! :)

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  19. Yum cookies. Looks like most of us made them.

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