April 12, 2017

Button Cookies


Shapes play an important role in tempting people to have a food item. Button Cookies induce a curiosity in kids and adults alike as its shape is somewhat odd for a food item. Taste will be like normal cookie only.

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Recipe Cuisine : International | Recipe Category: Baking
Preparation Time: 10 mins  | Cooking Time: 13 mins | Yields: 15 cookies

Ingredients:
Dry Ingredients:

All purpose flour / Maida
1 cup
Icing Sugar
½ cup
Corn Flour
2 tbsp
Salt
A pinch
Wet Ingredients:

Butter / Fat
6 tbsp
Boiled Cold Milk
2 tbsp
Food Colors (pink and blue)
½ tsp in each color
Vanilla Essence
½ tsp

Procedure:
1. In a wide bowl, add butter or fat or margarine. Beat them well with electric beater or wire whisk.
2. Add icing sugar and vanilla essence; mix them well. Then beat them till they become fluffy.
3. Sieve maida, salt and corn flour together. Then put this mixture into the butter mixture.
4. Mix them slowly and add milk. Now knead it into soft dough.
5. Divide the dough into 3 equal parts.
6. Add pink and blue color in two parts of the dough separately.
7. Now mix the colors with the dough thoroughly.
8. Roll the dough into ¼ inch thickness sheets.
9. Then cut the sheet with 2 inch inch diameter round cutter or bottle cap.
10. Now give the impression (should not cut) above 2 inch cookie with ½ inch round cookie cutter at its center.
11. Then using backside of the tooth pick, you can make 4 holes at the center of the cookie.
12. You can make all the dough into button shape cookies (from 8 – 11). Take the cookies carefully with spatula.
13. Then arrange cookies on the ungreased cookie tray. Leave ½ inch space between the cookies.
14. Pre heat the oven for 200 degree Celsius.
15. Bake the cookies for 11-12 mins at 170 degree Celsius. Allow it to cool down completely and serve.
       Enjoy the Easter with this Button Shape Cookies.

Note:
1. You can use wheat flour also. But adjust the milk level.
2. Colors of the buttons are your choice.


1 comments:

Shobha said...

They look very pretty.. I have saved the recipe and make it.

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