Thursday, October 27, 2016

Surti Butter/Buttery Jeera Biscuits/Batasa

Surti Butter, its definitely an interesting baked goodies to give a try if you love something savoury. I never heard about this Surti butter before and i tried my hands for the first time. I baked this Surti butter for this month's We knead to Bake, a baking event by Aparna of My Diverse Kitchen and this dish is suggested by Madhuli Ajay.Do you know this Jeera Butter Biscuit are very popular tea time snack sold in most of the bakeries or in Irani tea houses in India. These biscuits are small, crisp,dried bread buns with a light texture. Trust me, this rich cookies are excellent munchies to enjoy as a fabulous accompaniment to enjoy with Indian masala chai or to go well with a bowl of soups. This recipe is from Crumbs! Bread Stories and Recipes for the Indian Kitchen by Saee Koranne-Khandekar, Madhuli Ajay pulled us to bake out these rich cookies.

Surti butter,Jeera butter biscuits

If you have never crossed this Batasa aka Surti butter earlier,you must definitely give a try. Trust me this dangerously addictive savoury cookies aka buns are extremely dangerous to enjoy once its comes out the oven. And the house smells too good while these buns were in the oven, all because of the amount of the butter went in it. Its a yeasted dough which is rolled as small balls as like cookies but once they sit to proof again, once baked these Surti butter turns as a puffy crisp buns which is completely eggless with a wonderful Jeera aka cumin seed flavor. Yes this surti butter is loaded with cumin seeds as well. Very simple to make, this fabulous jeera biscuits will definitely become your favourite if you give a try once.

Eggless Surti Butter, Batasa

2cups All purpose flour
1+1/2tsp Instant yeast
2tsp Cumin seeds
150grams Butter
1/2tsp Salt
1tsp Sugar
1/4cup Lukewarm water (as per need)

Mix the yeast in a lukewarm water in a small bowl.

Take the flour, cumin seeds, salt,sugar, butter in a bowl.

Mix and rub the butter with flour, add the yeast to the flour mixture and knead everything as a soft and smooth dough.

Cover with a plastic wrap and leave in a warm place for an hour. Punch the dough and pinch small portions of balls from the dough. Roll well to form a smooth balls.

Place them on a baking sheet lined over a baking tray, mist the top lightly to prevent premature crusting.

Allow the balls to rise for an hour until they double in size. Preheat the oven to 350F.

Surti butter, Sruti butter biscuits


Now place the baking tray in the hot oven, bake for 10minutes, and reduce the temperature to 200F and bake for 20minutes.

Cool completely and store in an airtightened jar.

Enjoy with your cup of coffee or tea.


2 comments:

Rafeeda AR said... Reply To This Comment

These look so good... such butter biscuits...

Harini-Jaya R said... Reply To This Comment

OMG! they look so cute and tempting.