|Energy||163.59 Cal||Protein||0.21 g|
|Lipid||5.55 g||Carbohydrate||29.40 g|
|Fiber||0.08 g||Sugar||29.14 g|
|4.50||cup||BAKERY FLOUR||All Purpose Flour|
|50.00||gm||EGG||2 regular eggs|
You call them Cookies (US name) or you call them biscuits (UK name), we just love them. One of the most famous and loved sweet savoury snack food, across the world.
Any occasion or gathering, it does not hurt to have few yummy freshly baked cookies!
There is an interesting trivia here about origins of the good old Cookies…
The name cookie derives from the Dutch word ‘Koejke’, which means ‘small or little cake’.
The story goes that bakers used to test their dough mix for taste and texture by baking a small amount of the cake batter and Voila, Cookies have been introduced to the world!
Though, these little round goodies are baked round the year, they have special significance in the winter holiday season. Mothers and grannies bring out their special and secret family recipes of cookies and make the holidays more merrier.
One such cookie variety, which is a must try for holidays is the spicy and delectable Soft Ginger Cookies.
Though it requires a bit of attention, it is not that hard to make.
So, who is ready to whip up a batch of spicy ginger cookies? 🙂
1. First, preheat oven to 175 degrees celcius
2. Take a large bowl and mix together flour, ground ginger, ground cinnamon, ground cloves, baking soda and salt. Leave it aside.
3. Take a second large bowl and mix well margarine and the 2 cups of the sugar, until the mixture is light and fluffy
4. Now, beat the eggs into the mixture. Then add water and molasses and stir the whole mixture well.
5. Take the flour mixture in the first large bowl and slowly add it into the second large bowl, while continuously stirring the mixture in the second large bowl until you have an even dough
6. Make small balls with the dough and roll them on the 4 tablespoons of sugar.
7. Place the dough balls evenly on a cookie sheet. Do not grease the cookie sheet. Gently press the dough balls to flatten them. Ensure to place the dough balls well far apart from one another such that they do not touch when flattened.
8. Bake for a maximum of 10 minutes in the preheated oven.
9. Once done, bring the warm cookies out and let them rest and cool down for at least 5-10 minutes
10. Store them in an air tight container and serve them to your friends and family all thru the holidays!
A simple, easy to make sausage and potato dish. This is both filling and full of energy.
Nutrition Info Per Serving
|Energy||982.17 Cal||Protein||32.90 g|
|Lipid||59.94 g||Carbohydrate||94.26 g|
|Fiber||26.25 g||Sugar||40.96 g|
Crepes Suzette, the world famous Pancake Dessert from France is an elegant dessert that brings fine dining experience to the entire meal!
Nutrition Info Per Serving
|Energy||295.82 Cal||Protein||2.47 g|
|Lipid||17.93 g||Carbohydrate||33.22 g|
|Fiber||0.55 g||Sugar||26.66 g|